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Page B-8 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 S'FAFFREPORT to a citizen advisory news@masoncoun com group that advises the department on steel- The Washington De- head and anadromous partment of Fish and cutthroat management Wildlife (WDFW) is issues. seeking nominations The department This Non-Members Welcome AT THE RANGE MembershipsAvailable October 31, Friday 6:00 P.M. Bullseye .22 Pistol Target Shooting Firing 10 rounds on each of 6 targets from 50 feet. Excellent skill building for beginners and pros alike. $3.00 for members and $5.00 for non-members. Runs a little over an hour. November 1, Saturday 10:00 A.M. First Steps Pistol Class (FULL) November 2, Sunday 9:00 am USPSA Fast paced move and shoot, runs into the afternoon, not revolver friendly. 9mm semi-anto or larger. Bring your eye and hearing protection and cheek oul the action as a spectator. $20.00 equipment list on our website. November 4, Tuesday 6:00 RM. PPC Series, a club competition for beginning to advanced shooters. Revolver friendly, 48 round count. You may shool revolver and semi-anto. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. November 5, 2014 Wednesday 6:00 P.M. MCSA presents a program open tc the public at the PUD # 3 auditorium with guest speakers Assistant Commander Lt. Tun Cole), of the Washington State Patrol Academy and Corporal Cagle ,the Lead Firearms instructor, also of the Academy. Club business meeting to follow at 7:00 P.M. Coffee & Cookies will be served. November 6, 2014 Thursday 4:30 P.M. Multi-State Concealed Carry Class Utah, Arizona, Florida, and Oregon possible. Base price of $80.00, see our website for the application and furtaer information. $40.00 deposit. Class will be held in the VFW Hall 206 Fraaklin Street; Sbelton, WA. November 6, 2014 Thursday 6:00 P.M. Steel Target Shoot The popular steel shoot is back on a new day, expect to shoot 100 plus rounds on all steel targets. 9 ram or larger. Show up early and help set up targets. $6.00 members, $8.00 nun-members. COMING UP: November 15-16, 2014. Personal Protection in the Home NRA Course. This is an 8+ hour course teaching basic defensive shooting skills. Prospective students must be 21 years of age and show proof of prior training or demonstrate skills in a pre-class qualification. See our website for more information. Cost is $175.00 lunch is included both days. Did you know: Since 1950, every public mass shooting (with the exception of just 1) in th( United States has occurred in a place where civilians are banned from carrying firearms. MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN" S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 ~1~ www.masoncountysa.com will select as many as 15 individuals to serve two-year terms on the Steelhead/Cut- throat Policy Advisory Group, with new terms beginning in January 2015. Advisors provide guidance to WDFW on a range of issues re- lated to management of steelhead and cut- throat. Advisors also serve as an important communication link be- tween the department and its constituents. Advisors should have a broad statewide in- terest in steelhead and cutthroat. They must effectively communi- cate with large seg- ments of the public and clearly articulate their ideas and guidance to fishery managers within the department. The advisory group will meet about four times each year and advisors are asked to provide comment on written material throughout the year. Current members of the advisory group are encouraged to reapply. WDFW is also looking for new candidates with var- ied backgrounds who can effectively present their views on steelhead and anadromous cutthroat management to WDFW and the public. Any group or individ- ual can submit a nomi- nation. Self-nominations are accepted. Nominees do not need to be affili- ated with an organized group. Nominations must include the follow- ing information: The nominee's name, address, email address and telephone number. Relevant experi- ence. Brief description of interest in serving as a member of the advisory group. Nominee's affilia- tions, if any. Nominee's effective- ness in communication. Name and contact information for any in- dividual or organization submitting a nomina- tion. Nominations must be received by 5 p.m. Nov. 30. Nominations can be submitted to Bob Leland, WDFW steel- head program manager, by mail: 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA, 98501-1091; or by email robert.leland@dfw. wa.gov. More informa- tion is available by con- tacting Leland at 902- 2817. :ional can oun grou STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun com People active in the sportfishing community have a few more weeks to apply for member- ship on a committee that oversees the Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement program. The Washington De- partment of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will now accept nomina- for the week of October 30 through November 6, 2014 ALLYN ] Case Inlet 30 4:51am -0.331 5:52am 0.5 1 12:25am Thu 11:58pm 14.2 Fn 12:57pm 14.2 Sat 6:59am 6:15pm 6.7 7:33pm5.8 1:53pm 10:57pm 10.9 8:40pm 10.52 1:55am 10.7 1.4 Sun 7:07am 2.3 14.4 1:42pm 14.7 4.5 8:34pm 2.9 3 2:18am 11.5 4 3:28am 12.5 5 4:28am 13.5 6 Mon 8:13am 3.1Tue9:14am 3.8 Wed lO:09am 4.5 Thu 2:25pm 14.9 3:05pm 15.13:43pm 15.1 9:19pm 1.4 10:01pm 0.010:41pm -1.1 5:22am 14.3 11:01pm 5.1 4:20pm 14.9 11:20pm -1.8 SHELTON I Oakland Bay 30 5:57am -0.331 6:58am 0.51 1:03am 10.52 Thu 12:36am 14.2 Fri 1:35am 14.2 Sat 8:05am 1.2 Sun 7:21pm 5.8 8:39pm 5.0 2:31pm 14.4 11:35pm 10.9 9:46pm 3.9 1:33am 10.7 8:13am 2.0 2:20pm 14.7 9:40pm 2.5 3 2:56am 11.5 4 4:06am 12.55 5:06am 13.5 6 6:00am 14.3 Mon 9:19am 2.6TuelO:20am 3.2Wed 11:15am 3.8 Thu12:07pm 4.4 3:03pm 14.9 3:43pm 15.14:21pm 15.1 4:58pm 14.9 10:25pm 1.2 11:07pm 0.011:47pm -1.0 UNION I Hood Canal 30 3:40am 0.5 31 4:43am 1.2 1 5:51am 2.0 ]hu 11:20am 11.9 Fri12:15pm 11.9 Sat 1:05am 12.0 5:23prn 6.7 6:29pm 5.7 7:27pm 4.4 9:10pro 8.5 11:05prn 8.0 2 1:06am 8.4 Sun 5:59am 2.8 12:50pm 12.1 7:18pm 2.9 3 1:27am 9.34 2:33am 10.3 5 3:32am 11.4 Mon 7:03am 3.5 Tue 8:02am 4.1wed8:58am 4.7 1:31pm 12.3 2:lOpm 12.3 2:48pm 12.3 8:04pm 1.4 8:49pm 0.0 9:32pm -1.1 6 4:25am 12.2 Thu9:51am 5.3 3:24pm 12.2 10:14pm -1.7 THE SUN and THE MOON 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sunrise7:53am7:54am 7:56am 7:57am 7:59pm 8:00am8:02am8:03am Sunset 5:59pm5:57pm 5:56pm 5:54pm 5:53pm 5:51pm5:50pm5:48pm Moonrise 2:02pm2:40pm 3:14pm 3:46am 4:18am 4:50pm5:24pm6:01pm Moonset 1:34am 2:47am 4:01am 5:15am6:28am7:39am First quarter October 30, Full moon November 6 tions to the 10-member Puget Sound Recre- ational Fisheries En- hancement Oversight Committee through Nov. 16. The original application deadline was Oct. 15. Ryan Lothrop, WDFW's Puget Sound recreational salmon manager, said people who have already ap- plied to the committee do not need to re-submit their application. "We are considering several qualified candi- dates who have already applied," Lothrop said. "But we want to allow additional time for nom- inations to help ensure the committee includes a broad representation of the sportfishing com- munity." The committee was created in 2003 by the Legislature to advise WDFW's director on all aspects of the fisheries enhancement program. Key responsibilities of the program are to re- "store and enhance rec- reational fisheries in Puget Sound, ensure the productivity of sus- tainable populations of salmon and marine bot- tomfish, and promote recreational fishing op- portunities. Ten volunteers will be appointed to the oversight committee. Members serve two- year terms and may be re-appointed. The next term begins in January and expires in Decem- ber 2016. The committee meets several times a year to review projects and pro- vide guidance on fund- ing activities related to the enhancement pro- gram. To qualify, applicants should be closely linked and maintain strong communication with the recreational fishing community, have an un- derstanding of salmon and bottomfish fisheries in Puget Sound and be able to attend the meet- ings. Committee mem- bers do not receive di- rect compensation for their work. Interested individu- als do not have to be affiliated with an orga- nized group. Individu- als must submit a letter of interest and a resume with the following infor- mation: Name, address, telephone number and email address. Relevant experi- ence and reasons for wanting to serve as a member of the enhance- ment group. Effectiveness in communication, includ- ing outreach and pro- motion. Interested indi- viduals should submit their application to Ryan Lothrop at ryan. lothrop@dfw.wa.gov or Washington Depart- ment of Fish and Wild- life, Attn: Ryan Lothrop, 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia WA, 98501- 1091. For more information on the enhancement program and oversight committee, contact Lothrop at 902-2808. I Hundreds of small woodland owners have taken advantage ~1 I of the Washington State Department of Natural Resources I Family Forest Fish Passage Program. Call us toclaj. 036'9z4 Od"' 'govmfpP All The Fun? In.Dining & To Advertise call 426-4412 a! Just a reminder .... Deadline for news and advertising is Monday at 5:00 p.m. Tidal Information courtesy NOAA I Astronomical Data courtesy U.5. Naval Observatory