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Club Events (Open to the public)

October: Police Deptartment Training (dates and times on member calendar)

November 14, 15: Boy Scout Camporee / Dinner for Veterans

November 20, 10AM: NRA Safety Course in the clubhouse (Info below)

December 18, 10AM: NRA Safety Course in the clubhouse (Info below)

January 15, 10AM: NRA Safety Course in the clubhouse (Info below)

January 16, 6AM-3PM: 3-D Archery Shoot. (Info below)

February 20, 6AM-3PM: 3-D Archery Shoot. (Info below)

July 17, 6AM-3PM: 3-D Archery Shoot. (Info below)

(Email info@cscdracut.org for more information on any event)


Veteran’s Appreciation Parade

All Gave Some, Some Gave All



Methuen Invitational Trap Champions 2021!

Congratulations to Erik Anderson, Don Costa, Steve Levesque, Bob St. George (Captain), and Mike Torre for bringing the 2021 trophy to the Centralville Sportsmen’s Club.


Dracut Old Home Day 2021!

The Centralville Sportsmen’s Club participated in this year’s Old Home Day and what a great day it was. Perfect weather, a huge crowd, lot’s of food and fun for every age. Thanks to Adam Sullivan for organizing it all and to John Young, Katie Sullivan, Dan Croce, Chris Deschenes, Tom Sperounis, and Jerry and Trish Hardy for helping out during the day.

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THE 2021 C.S.C. ANNUAL STEER A HUGE SUCCESS!

A record number of people came out to enjoy the perfect weather, great food, and tons of fun at this year’s Annual Steer Roast. The kids enjoyed a water slide and tons of games and the Scouts set up a monkey bridge for the kids to try their skill on. As has become tradition, the food was capped off by a variety of Shaw’s Ice Cream. Thank you to Shaw’s Dairy Farm, Saja Farm, Brown & Budnick Meats, and everyone who came out to support the club.

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NRA Courses at C.S.C.

The Centralville Sportsmen’s Club offers the NRA Firearm Safety Class. The class consists of a power point presentation, videos, hands-on exercises, and a live fire at the end. All equipment, including guns, ammunition, eye protection, and hearing protection is provided. The class runs for approximately three to five hours. Participants are welcome to bring snacks. At the end of the course you will receive the certificate needed to apply for your License To Carry ( LTC) in Massachusetts. The cost for this course is $75 for C.S.C. members and their families and $100 for non-members. Class size will be limited to six participants. Note for Lowell residents: By completing the basic firearms safety course with live fire, such as the one offered at our club, you will be eligible for a restricted (sporting) LTC, which allows you to possess, purchase, and own a firearm for sporting and home defense purposes. For an unrestricted LTC in Lowell there are several other requirements that need to be met  in addition to the course we offer.

Soon to be scheduled will be the “Refuse To Be A Victim” seminar which teaches common weaknesses that criminals may take advantage of and a variety of corrective measures that are practical, inexpensive and easy to follow. The seminar includes classroom instruction on criminal psychology, automobile crimes; cyber safety, home security, and a variety of crime prevention strategies including car jack avoidance techniques, use of personal safety devices, and more. Students receive the Refuse To Be A Victim® student handbook, NRA Refuse To Be A Victim® brochure, NRA Become A Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor Brochure, Refuse To Be A Victim® Firearms Supplement, and a course completion certificate. This is not a firearms instruction course, and does not include instruction in physical combat self-defense. The cost for this seminar is $30 for members and families, $35 for non-members. Class size is limited to 12 participants in order to maintain social distancing.

Checks can be made payable to “Centralville Sportsmen’s Club”. Cash is also accepted but we are unable to provide change. Once confirmed, if your plans change and you cannot attend the class, please try to give us at least two days’ notice so we can allow someone on the waiting list attend in your spot.

To sign up for a class or for more information please send email us at firearmsclass@cscdracut.org.


3-D Archery Shoots

3D archery shoots are open to the public. All ages, skill levels, and most equipment types are welcome (no crossbows, sorry!)
The 30 station course is set on the 52-acre wooded property of the Centralville Sportsmen’s Club and presents a wide range of simulated bowhunting scenarios including everything from small game to large predators. There is something for everyone to enjoy from junior to senior. The 1.5-mile course is easy to follow, a practice area is available, and we have a special challenge for those with long range skills! Email questions to bullseye@cscdracut.org
Adult Entry Fee is $15; Juniors are Free.


Cub Scout Archery Shoot June 26

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The Cub Scouts got a great class on how to shoot bows and arrows safely and accurately.


Troop 51 – Camping, Fishing, Marksmanship

Boy Scout Troop 51 enjoyed excellent weather for camping at the club on a recent weekend. Great food, good friends, and fun activities always make for a successful event.

Spring Cleanup 2021

Over thirty club members and friends turned out to spruce up our grounds and surrounding area. Around ten large contractor bags of trash as well as a bar stool and a full basketball backboard set were picked up from Old Parker Road and parts of Parker Road and Wheeler Road making the neighborhood a little nicer. (Click on image for more photos)

Around ten bags of litter, a bar stool, and a full basketball backboard set from the roadsides near the club

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 CLAUS 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.

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Please Support Our Local Businesses

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