- Scout Troop 80 in the picnic area on Saturday, March 20 from 11AM to 6PM
- Police Academy Training Monday through Friday from March 8 through March 26
- ANNUAL FISHING DERBY April 17 & 18 from 7AM to 4PM
- Police Department Training Monday through Friday from May 10 through May 28
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Another Successful 3-D Archery Shoot!
The club hosted another successful Granite State Bowhunters 3-D Shoot n Sunday, February 28. Over 60 archers participated enjoying a relatively mild day in the woods testing their skills. These events are successful due to the time and hard work of many members including Tony Autiello, Bill Gagne, Chris Deschenes, Ryan Ayotte, Don Costa, Dan Ignacio, Alan Coupal, and others. Thank you everyone!
Christmas TOY DRIVE 2020!
Realizing that we could not hold a club Christmas party this year, Katie Sullivan suggested we hold a toy drive with the club matching donations up to what it would have cost us for the party. The money was appropriated at the November membership meeting and Katie spearheaded the drive. Thanks to the generous nature of our members, Katie and Charity Croce completed the shopping (with a lot of help from Jacob Croce and Isabel Sullivan) for the matching toys from the club. Over 200 toys from the Centralville Sportsmen’s Club were dropped off at the fire station. Members not only donated toys but also $350 in cash to be used to purchase more toys.
NICE JOB EVERYONE!
SANTA CLAUSE DRIVE-BY 2020!
The Santa Claus Drive-by hosted by the Centralville Sportsmen’s Club in partnership with the Town of Dracut was a huge success! Hundreds of happy children got a chance to see Santa which is especially important this year when he cannot be visited in-person. Many members contributed a lot of time and effort to make this a success but special recognition goes to Lee Ward for the communication and organization with town officials (as well as an awesome sound system at the event), to Dan Croce (Mr. Event as we call him) who came up with the idea and then organized and coordinated all aspects of it in such a ridiculously short amount of time, to Richie Almeida who contributed an inordinate amount of time, effort, and skill, and Adam Sullivan who once again put his wood-working skills to great use to make this event a success. And of course we cannot forget the big guy himself, Santa Claus, who braved the cold and the rain to bring so many smiles to all the children (and adults) .
It could not have happened without our partnership with the town especially town manager Ann Vandal, Deputy police chief Stephen Chaput, Recreation Director Lori Cahill, Steve Enos from the DPW, the fire department, the garden club, the historical society, and countless others. And thank-you to Lowe’s for contributions and discounts without which this would not have been possible.
Please Support Our Local Businesses
Many businesses are struggling. Please support those who have supported us.
RESTAURANTS: Scola’s, The Blue Angus, Lo Kai, Keith’s Kitchen, Family Pizza, Yujo, Dracut House of Pizza, Thantawan Thai, Mama’s Italian, Romano’s, and M.L. Shaw’s
BUSINESSES: Kenwood Hardware, Brown & Budnick Meats, Almo’s Garden Center, Billy’s Variety, Jay Gee’s, Shaw Farm, and On Target Firearms
The Board of Directors wish everyone well in these difficult times. – The C.S.C. Board of Directors