We are a non-profit organization which was organized for charitable and educational purposes, as well as the conservation of wildlife and its habitat, and for the betterment of the community.
This is a club whose interests are in conservation and the shooting sports on the Rifle Range, Pistol Range, Bow Range and Trap Range.
Our meetings are on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 P.M. Snacks are served 1/2 hour before the meeting.
Antwerp Conservation Club
17814 Road 53
Antwerp, Ohio 45813
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Single: $35.00 per year
Family: $50.00 per year (includes dependent children to 18 years old.)
Up to age 39 - $600
Up to age 49 - $500
Up to age 59 - $400
60 and over - $300
All memberships run January 1st through December 31st.
Next years membership go on sale in October.
We have a full kitchen with all the appliances to fix a meal or have it catered.
We have space for 90 people and enough tables and chairs to fit all your needs.
To rent the hall call Mark 419-258-0144. Forms Must be mailed to Antwerp Conservation Club, PO Box 141, Antwerp, OH 45813. AS OF 8-1-2019
The rental fee is $75.00 for the hall and a $50.00 deposit that's refundable for members in good standing for the last 2 consecutive years, Non-Members are $125.00 and a $50.00 deposit that's refundable, as long as you leave it as clean as you found it. You can conveniently check to see if it is rented by going to the calendar section.
1st Sunday of the month May thru October.
We hold our shoots the 3rd Sunday of the month May thru October. Noon sighn up - Shooting 1pm - 4pm
$5 match fee - Eye Protection Required - 50 rounds ammo minimun needed
8" Steel Plates - Arcade Style Targets - Water Balloons - And a Lot More - COME JOIN THE FUN
For More Information Contact Bill Boylan email@example.com
Our bow range will use all of our property including the woods across the creek for 3D shooting events.
We are still in need of a Bow Range chairman. If interested please contact Gary Mabis.