See newsletter for Gun Show Poster
Nelson District Rod & Gun Club & Conservation Society
AWARDS BANQUET & FUNDRAISER SPONSOR LIST – 2018
A-3 Plumbing Heating & Gasfitting A & W Restaurants Ainsworth Hot Springs
All Seasons Cafe Andex Rentals Arcright Plumbing & Heating
Art of Brewing Balfour Gill & Gift Balfour Repair (B. Beaudoin)
Barren’s Sport Shop Blue Sky Clothing Frances Brown
Canada Safeway Dr. Brian Cheshire Dr. Louise Cheshire
Cottonwood Kitchens Cowan’s Office Supplies Dr. Kelly Davidoff
Vince DeVito Shoes Downtown Automotive Drop Manufacturing
Eddy Music Katie Foley Finley’s Irish Bar & Grill
Katie Foley Rhys Gerow Georama Growers
Glacier View Glass R. Green Bruce Halstead
Herb’s Alignment & Mechanical Hipperson Hardware Hywood Truck & Equipment
Inland Allcare Itza Ristorante & Pizzeria Ray Johnson
KAL Tire Kolmel Jewellery Kootenay Country Store Co-op
Kootenay Glass & Mirrors Kootenay Motors Kosy’s Meat Cutting & Wrapping
Lees Auto Haus 1999 Lillie & Cohoe Lordco
Love O’ The Woods (L. MacMillan) Maglio Building Centre Main Jet Motorsports
Mallards Source for Sports Martech Electrical Systems Glen McKen
NAPA Auto Parts Nelson Brewing Nelson Chocofellar
Nelson Chrysler Nelson & District Credit Union Nelson Ford
Nelson Home Hardware Building Centre Nelson Police Association Nelson Toyota
Otter Books Don Pedersen Pharmasave
Railway Coffeehouse RHC Insurance Brokers Save-On Foods
Selkirk Eye Care (Dr. J. Proctor) Shoppers Drug SK Electronics
Snow Pack Outdoor Experience Speedy Glass (Brian McKellar) Taylor-Wilton Nelson
Jack Tolles Torchlight Brewing Valhalla Pure
Vienna Café Wall-Tone Painting & Contracting Western Auto Wreckers
Wine Kitz J. Yasek Contracting Zap Welding
Many thanks for fish, fowl and meat donations go to Jason Hawkes, Kozy’s Meat Cutting & Wrapping, Fisherman’s Market, John Wright, Howie Grant, Bruce Halstead, Gary Meadows
Also a huge thank you to the volunteers and attendees!
Please support the above businesses – they are supporting our club!
The proposed hunting, trapping, motor vehicle prohibitions, and firearm restriction regulation changes are now posted on the Angling, Hunting and Trapping Public Engagement website at https://apps.nrs.gov.bc.ca/ahte/. Note, this is a new system, and members of the public that want to comment on proposed regulations are now required to log in with a BCeID.
2018 Calendar of Events
Annual Banquet Saturday March 10 / Richard Green
Gun Show Saturday & Sunday March 24 & 25 / Richard Green
Chicken Shoot Sunday May 27 / Andrew Woodward
Spring clean up
start times will BE 9:00 am Sat and again Sunday May 5th & 6th
Archery Shoot Saturday & Sunday June 2 & 3 / Warren Russell
Fishing Forever Saturday June 16 / Richard Green
Family Fishing Sunday June 17 / Richard Green
Heritage Shoot Sunday August 19 / Howie Grant
We are removing most restrictions but keeping the restrictions (no tracers, no binary targets
The operation of off-road vehicles will once again be permitted on Crown land throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre, Kamloops Fire Centre and Southeast Fire Centre, effective at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017.
Cooler weather conditions and recent precipitation have reduced the flammability of fine fuels in these regions, which has significantly reduced the chance of a wildfire starting from a spark or a hot engine.
However, the BC Wildfire Service reminds the public that some area restrictions are still in effect on Crown land in the vicinity of large wildfires in the Cariboo Fire Centre, Kamloops Fire Centre and Southeast Fire Centre, to help protect public safety and allow firefighting operations to continue efficiently. The use of off-road vehicles will continue to be prohibited in the restricted areas around these wildfires.
Additionally, campfire prohibitions remain in effect throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre, Kamloops Fire Centre and Southeast Fire Centre.
More information about these area restrictions and campfire prohibitions can be found online:
- Factsheet on fire-related prohibitions and restrictions: http://ow.ly/qUPm30fhyGz
- BC Wildfire Service website: http://www.gov.bc.ca/wildfirebans
Individuals found to be in contravention of an area restriction may be issued a violation ticket that carries a fine of $767, while individuals found to be in contravention of a campfire prohibition may be issued a ticket that carries a fine of $1,150. If a person’s activities causes or contributes to a wildfire, the person responsible may also be ordered to pay all firefighting and associated costs.
To report a wildfire or open burning violation, call *5555 on a cellphone or 1 800 663-5555 toll-free.
For the latest information on current wildfire activity, burning restrictions, road closures and air quality advisories, visit: www.bcwildfire.ca
Notice issued Sept 12
See link for bans and restrictions