Welcome to the Gateway Sportsman's Club

The purpose of the Gateway Sportsmanís Club is to promote the proper and safe use of firearms and recreational vehicles.  Further the purpose is to increase good fellowship among sportsmen, and to advance the causes of conservation, hunting and fishing.  The Gateway Sportsmanís Club Inc. operates as a non profit organization.

Our club serves Huron and Tuscola and surrounding counties.  Outdoor shooting range is open to members and their guests for skeet, trap and 5 stand. Indoor pistol and archery range.  Check our web site for upcoming events.  Club facilities are available for rental for parties, etc.

Meetings 7:30 p.m. first Tuesday of each month.  Please join us!

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Three $500 awards will be given to graduating seniors from Akron Fairgrove or USA Schools, or being home schooled in one of those districts.  Students must be pursuing a degree in Agriculture, Conservation, or Education, and write an essay describing their commitment to conservation and preserving our hunting heritage.

The Liz Schreur Memorial Scholarship will award one winner a $500 scholarship, which will be awarded to a high school senior from USA or A-F Schools.  Liz was a firm believer in the safe handling and storage of firearms.  Her family and the Gateway Sportsmanís Club wish to honor her commitment to firearm safety.  Write a brief essay on the topic "Discuss why safely handling and storing firearms benefits gun owners, their families and the community at large." 

Essays should be typed or legibly printed in ink and 500 to 750 words in length.  Scholarship applications due March 23rd.  Applications are available from school guidance offices or at the links below:

Gateway ACE Application

Liz Schreur Memorial Application

PARTNERSHIP WITH USA SCHOOLS:  

The club is moving forward with plans to host a Michigan High School Clay Target League this spring at USA High School.  John Singer will be heading up the new program.  A parent meeting is planned in January, but USA Schools is taking names of interested students, so kids should stop by the office and express their interest NOW. More information can be found at http://miclaytarget.com/ 

 

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