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November 6, 2014

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overnor ine annual Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-7 ry m Former U.S. Rep. eest landowners.State's private for- Industry leaders will Norm Dicks to also be celebrating the receive award 1999 Forests & Fish Law. Since the law was passed, large for- est landowners have STAFF REPORT improved tens of thou- news@masoncoun com sands of miles of forest roads, reopened about- Washington Gov. Jay 3,800 miles of fish hab- Inslee is the keynote itat and cleared about speaker this week at the 5,600 stream block- 106th annual meeting of ages. the Washington Forest Among the other Protection Association, speakers and panelists which will also mark are U.S. Rep. Derek the 15th anniversary Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor; of the state's landmark Gene Duvernoy, presi- Forests & Fish Law, one dent of the land conser- of the toughest sets of ration group Forterra; environmental regula- Phil Anderson, the di- tions in the country, rector of the Washing- The theme of this ton Department of Fish year's meeting is Build- and Wildlife; Wash- ing Our Future With ington State Forester Wood: The Most Natu- Aaron Everett; Stephen ral Resource, and a Bernath, senior policy panel of experts and aanalyst at the Washing- video from pioneering ton State Department B.C. architect Michaelof Ecology; Court Stan- Green will explore theley, president of Port benefits of using woodBlakely Tree Farms; as the primary mate- Toby Murray, presi- rial in the construction dent and CEO of Mur- of large buildings, ray Pacific Corp.; Cindi About 140 forestry Holstrom of Pierce Con- professionals and pub-sulting Services; and lic officials are expect- Dr. Thomas Maness, ed to attend the annual the dean of the School IF YOU GO: WHAT: 106th annual meeting of the Washington Forest Protection Association WHEN: 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. today WHERE: Indian Summer Golf& Country Club in Olympia WFPA's highest honor, young forestry profes- the Stu Bledsoe Award sionals. for outstanding leader- Among the state law- ship. makers participating Sam and Joy Corn- in a panel discussion stock, who own a 70- previewing the 2015 acre tree farm in Mason Legislative Session in County, will be recog- Olympia are Sen. Steve nized as 2014 Washing- Hobbs, D-Lake Stevens; ton Tree Farmers of the Sen. John Braun, R- Year. Centralia; Rep. Dean Representing the fu- Takko, D-Longview; ture of the industry, aand Rep. J.T. Wilcox, R- panel of recent forestry Yelm. graduates from North- The Washington For- west colleges will dis- est Protection Associa- cuss opportunities for tion (WFPA) represents meeting from 9 a.m. to of Forestry at Oregon 3:45 p.m. today, at theState University. l Hundreds of small woodland owners have taken advantage ~1 Indian Summer Golf & Former U.S. Rep. of the Washington State Department of Natural Resources Country Club in Olym- Norm Dicks, who retired Family Forest Fish Passage Program. Call us today. pia. The WFPA is the last year after 36 years O360-902-1404 O dnr.wa.gov/fffpp ~,~1~.~.~ trade association for in Congress, will receive private forest landown- small companies, in- ers growing and har- dividuals and families vesting trees on about 4 who practice sustain- million acres in Wash-able forestry in Wash- ington state. Members ington's private forests. of the 100-year-old as- For more information, sociation are large and go to www.wfpa.org. This Non-Members Welcome AT THE RANGE MembershipsAvailable 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 ap- ~licatiun and further information. $40.00 deposit. Class will be held in the VFW Hall 206 Franklin Street; Shelton, WA. Walk ins welcome. 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 mm or larger. Show up early and help set up targets. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. November 7, 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 8, Saturday 10:00 am- 2:00 pm Open Range Day The indoor range is open to the public, $12.00 per lane. You may share a lane with another )erson, one shooting at a time. One paper target with fee, more available to purchase at $.25 a piece. Please bring all firearms unloaded and in a bag or box. November 11, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. PPC Series, a club competition for beginning to advanced shooters. Revolver friendly, 48 round count. You may shoot revolver and semi- auto. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. November 13, Thursday Winchester .22 Pistol Marksmanship 100 plus rounds Any .22 pistol in safe operating condition. Self-paced awards based program. $6.00 members $8.00 non-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. December 6, Saturday 10:00 A.M. First Steps Pistol Class $50.00 Fundamental gun safety and knowledge course including the basics of shooting a pistol. Firearm and amino provided. Allotted time after the class to work with students who would like to shot their personal firearm. See our website for applications. Four spots open at press time. Did you know: Over the past 20 years, gun sales have absolutely exploded, but homicides with firearms are down 39 percent during that time and "other crimes with firearms" are down 69 percent. MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN' S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 www.masoncountysa.com III for the week of November 6 throuc h November 13, 2014 Our recreation permit program is now open to more acreage and access during hunting and fishing seasons, plus year-round exploring. Secure your access to over 60,000 acres of private forest land less than 30 minutes from Olympia. Motorized permits are only $250. 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