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MISSON STATEMENT
To promote a greater interest in our youth in the wise use of our forests, fish, and wildlife resources, and to enable them to use said resources to their full extent in a safe and enjoyable manner.
 
To promote a better relationship between the Sportsmen and Landowners.
 
To promote the safe use of firearms and encourage marksmanship training.
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2024 Youth Rifle League was successfully completed! Many returning shooters participated and a few new ones as well.  Thank you to the parents who helped support the event and the club. 

The Youth Turkey Hunt went very well.  14 hunters went out for birds, and 7 harvested a gobbler.  One of our youth rifle league shooters participated and got a 21 pound bird!  Next is the fall goose hunt in September.  Mycnyhunts website.

Clean up events:  May 2024, date TBD.

The gate is open and working.  If your card doesn't work, park near the clubhouse and walk in - contact President Bambino

Trap League start on Tuesday, May 7 at 6:00PM.  Open to the public - all are welcome to attend.  Note that the rifle range is closed during trap league.

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Greenfield's History
 
In 1935 the original site for the club is the current location for the Rte 12 Arterial and the President was Ed Hein.
 
In the 1950's the club moved to its current location at Stage Rd in South Trenton where it resides on over a 100 acres.
 
Current Board

 

President:  Michael Bambino

Vice President: Keith Marshall

Treasurer:  Lisa Clemons

Recording Secretary:  Vicky Palen

Financial Secretary:   Karen Baker

 

Board of Directors:  Henry Bick, Dean Grant, Mark Weber, Bill Bick, Paul Giardino

 

Trustees:  Frank Spartano, Rob Piperatta, Jay Fish

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