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Bellaire Conservation Club

"A Small Club Doing Big Things"

Conservation, Youth Education, Fishing, Hunter Safety, Shooting Sports, Community

Indoor Shooting Range 

History:

Formed in the mid 1970's by a small group of citizens interested in our environment, youth, the shooting sports, hunting & fishing, community and camaraderie, establishing the original Kids Fish Day in Bellaire.  Our focus is supporting local projects, working with our schools and youth organizations, planning for the future, citizens by example, mentoring our youth, resource collaboration, club collaborative events, hunter safety, and protecting your second amendment rights.

Membership:

Open to men and women of all ages - youths, young adults, adults, seniors and seenagers (senior teenagers).

Dues:

Annual dues are $25.00.

Meetings:

Meetings at the Club are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm (except July and August).

Programs/Projects:

Kids Fish Day at Meadowbrook Pond

Programs with Bellaire Youth Center

Team with Antrim County 4-H leaders and the archery program, 4-H Arrow Slingers

Participate in Antrim County Petoskey Stone Festival

Host events for Scouting Klondike Events - shooting

Indoor pistol and .22 caliber rifle range

Support of Michigan DNR and DNR Conservation Officers
Gun Safety Classes
CPL Weapons Classes

Host knowledgeable speakers and conduct programs on conservation, hunting and fishing, youth events in conservation and shooting.

Help sponsor/fund environmental programs for out lakes and streams.

Team with lake associations, watershed councils, Friends of the Jordan River National Fish Hatchery, and the Antrim County Soil Conservation District.

Board of Directors

Eldon McPherson,  President

Dan Bennett,  Vice-president

Ray Karabin,  Secretary

Collette Stanish, Treasurer

Joe Bassil, Director

George Finney, Director

Paul Sak, Director