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Important Announcement Range Shelter Construction is Complete.
(If a range is closed do not use it)

NEW! NEW! NEW!


The contractor has completed the shelters. We are looking for volunteers to assist in the final tasks to totally complete the shelters. Please contact Rod here rangevolunteers@chasclub.com


Please do not park in front of the shelters use angle parking on the south side of the lot.


Our 200-300 Range is currently closed. The executive is working on phase 3 of a 4 phase plan to get it reopened.


I thank you for your patience and cooperation in this.


Thank you

Webmaster


Before on the left Now on the right

CHAS Cowboy Action League

Meeting every Thursday Evening from 5:30 to 1 Hour before Sunset. Stages set up at the west end of the 25M range. The balance of the 25m range and 50 m range are open to all members. Members are encouraged to come out. We sure don’t mind you trying out our Shooting Irons!


More Information

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Electronic Gate


Please remember to bring your swipe card with you for access. If you do not have your swipe card you will not be able to gain access.


Hours for access to the range for all members;


Monday to Saturday - Gate will allow access 7am or 1hr after Sunrise (whichever is later) to 1hr before Sunset.


Sunday and Holidays - Gate will allow access 11am to 1hr before Sunset

These timings are as per our permit with Leduc County. 


If you have lost or misplaced your swipe card please send an email to membership@chasclub.com. There is a $50 processing fee for replacement of these cards.


Any Questions you can email vice-president@chasclub.com

VPres


Woman's League - Starting Up

Calling all Women that want to Shoot. 


Stay tuned for more dates and times coming soon.


For more information please email chaswomen@chasclub.com



Volunteers needed to assist with 2015 Range Maintenance and Development

Tasks to include
-Putting up plywood
-Cutting Grass
-Taking extra shooting shelters apart
-and many more

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