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AGC "Range Day"
Sunday, October 10, 2021, 08:00am - 12:00pm
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From Rick Hensley, Executive VP of the Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore:

AGC Range Badge Members,

AGC will conduct a "Range Day" on October 10, 2021 from 0800-1200.

AGC has a tradition of volunteering a few days a year to improve the range facilities and keep Range Badge costs down. We ask that you bring work clothes, gloves and have the physical ability to do some basic work which may include painting, cleaning up brush or weeds, pressure washing, light carpentry, cleaning out target holders, etc. AGC will have a coordinator on each field and have specific tasks to be worked on through the morning.

Please sign in at the Barnes Range at 745 and receive your field assignment. AGC will be offering range badge credits for all volunteers. Range badge credits will count towards your 2022 range badge. 40 range badge credits = free range badge. Pizza and dogs will be available in the Barnes Range house at 1230 for all volunteer

Please email  if you can make it. 

Regards
Rick Hensley
Executive Vice President Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore

Location 11518 Marriottsville Road Marriottsville, MD 21104

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