BRADFORD, PA – November 20, 2019 – The Mt. Jewett Sportsmen’s Club will open their clubhouse doors to the public to “come on in” and see what the club has to offer sportsmen in north central PA. Doors open at noon for the Open House. Food and liquid beverages will be available all afternoon. Sporting clays will start at 9:00 a.m. The rifle range will be open for members to sight in their rifles. The Mt. Jewett Sportsmen’s Club is on Division Street Extension on the west side of Mt. Jewett, McKean County, right off US 6.
Jim Troutman, President, said “We have some great facilities available to men, women, and youth to learn how to participate in our outdoor heritage activities. We want to help you learn.”
Memberships will be available to anybody interested in joining the club. In addition to its sporting clays range, the Mt. Jewett Sportsmen’s Club also offers a pistol shooting range, a Women’s Introduction to Wingshooting in conjunction with the Allegheny and Upland Bird Hunt Chapters of the Ruffed Grouse Society, a Youth Pheasant Hunt, conservation programs as available, a pheasant rearing pen able to accommodate 500 pheasants, the Duane Hipchen Memorial Pump Gun Shoot, and trout stocking in the spring in McKean County creeks.
This sportsmen’s club supports the Boy Scouts, the NRA, and offers its members a 300 Club party at the end of the summer. The public is welcome to come on out and see what this active sportsmen’s club is all about. You are welcome, and bring a friend.