Saturday afternoon, March 24th, the Suffolk Fire Department’s Search and Rescue Squad (SARS) conducted a missing person training exercise on our chapter’s park property.
The exercise scenario involved … Read more
Submitted by Chris Ferguson, Shooting Sports Coordinator
February 24th dawned bright and clear, after some wild weather to start 2018, Mother Nature smiled upon us. David Perdue kicked off the safety … Read more
At our February 21st, 2018 chapter dinner meeting, the chapter welcomed three new members. The new members took the oath as chapter president, Ray Powell, swore them in. Pictured from left to right are new members Thomas Green, Christopher Janes and Neal Forrester. Read more
Wednesday night, November 15th, the chapter held it’s annual Pancake Supper fund raiser at the Kings Fork Community House.
The menu consisted of the tried and true pancakes, sausage, apples, tea, coffee, … Read more
Saturday October 28th started out with cool crisp air, a blue sky and the leaves on the trees just starting to turn their fall colors. As I drove … Read more
Our chapter’s guest speaker for the October 2017 dinner meeting was Dr. Hillary Mehl. Dr. Mehl is a plant pathologist and extension specialist with the Virginia Tech Tidewater Agriculture and Research Extension … Read more
On October 1st, we held the first International Bow Hunting Education Program (IBEP) Class at our chapter’s park. There were six students that attended, including one chapter member, and … Read more
On September28th, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries biologist, Chad Boyce, and his partner Jared, collected representative fish samples from our pond. This consisted of electro-fishing (shocking), collecting the fish and then counting, weighing and measuring each species. This information will be used to formulate recommendations to assist our chapter … Read more
The Chapter’s annual banquet was held on September 20, 2017 at the Camp Arrowhead YMCA. The 58 Chapter members, spouses, family and friends who attended enjoyed a delicious … Read more
On Saturday, September 16th, I had the opportunity to take my grand-daughter to the park for an archery lesson. Alexis, who is eleven years old, had never held a bow before Saturday and was a little reluctant to go see what it was all about.