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Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-7 for the week of November 27 throuc h December 4 2014 ::iiiii~ Open houseon Grange, 1361 W. Ballard open house, participants ings LLC. The forest is a Road. will be able to talk with key piece of the Yakima Teanawav(ommunitv The Washington de- agency personnel and ad- Basin Integrated Water ar partments of Natural Re- visory committee mem-Resource Management FomtsaforDec 4 sources (DNR) and Fishbers about the objectives Plan - a long-term initia- and Wildlife (WDFW) are and strategies that will tive involving private and STAFF REPORT working with a citizen ad- guide management of the public stakeholders to news@masoncoun com visory committee to devel- forest, including ongoing protect and enhance the op a management plan for community involvement,water supply of the entire The public will have an the 50,272-acre forest. The They also will have an op- Yakima River basin. opportunity to review and committee has met nineportunity to share their In authorizing the Te- comment on the develop- times since March and views on specific strate- anaway purchase, law- ment of a management helped the departmentsgies identified for water- makers said the forest plan for the state-owned hold a similar open house shed protection, fish and must be managed to: Teanaway Community For- in late June. The plan will wildlife habitat, and for- Protect and enhance est during an open house receive further public re- estry and grazing, the water supply and pro- Dec. 4 near Cle Elum. view next sp~g, and the The state legislature tect the watershed; The publicmeetingwiU completed plan ~ll be authorized the purchase Maintain working take place from 5-8 p.m. published next summer,of the forest in 2013 from lands for forestry and at the Swauk Teanaway During the Dec. 4 American Forest Hold- grazing while protecting Nominations sought for WDFW advisory group STAFF REPORT with large segments of the public. The nominee's constituent news@masoncoun com The advisory group meets ap- group affiliations, if any. If repre- proximately three times per year, senting a specific constituent group, The Washington Department of and advisors are asked periodically the nominee's application must Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seek- to comment on written materials have a letter from that group stat- ing nominations through Dec. 31 throughout the year. Advisors serve ing its nomination of that person; for membership on the Inland Fish for a term of two years and can be The name, address and tele- Policy Advisory Group. reappointed. Appointments become phone number of any organization Up to 15 qualified individuals effective Feb. 1, 2015. Current submitting anomination; and will be chosen to serve on the advi- members are encouraged to reapply Relevant experience, including sory group for 2015 and 2016. Those if they so desire, any species or areas of interest, as selected will provide guidance to Advisors do not receive directwell as references. WDFW on statewide issues related compensation for their work. Nominations must be received to management of inland fish spe- Any group or individual can sub- by Dec. 31. Nominations should cies, such as trout, bass, panfish mit a nomination, and self-nomina- be submitted to Bruce Bolding, and kokanee. They also serve as an tions are also accepted. Nominees WDFW Fish Management Divi- important communication link be- do not need to be affiliated with an sion, by mail: 600 Capitol Way N., tween WDFW and its constituents, organized group. Nominations must Olympia, WA, 98501; or email: Advisors should have a broad in- include the following information: Bruce.Bolding@dfw.wa.gov . More terest in inland fish management and The nominee's name, address information is available by contact- the ability to communicate effectively and telephone number; hag Bruce Bolding at 902-8417. key watershed fimctions vital habitat for fish and and aquatic habitat; wildlife; and Maintain and, where Support a strong possible, expand recreation- community partnership to al opportunities, consistent advise DNR and WDFW with watershed protection; about ongoing forest man- Conserve and restore agement. This Non-Members Welcome AT THE RANGE Memberships Available November 27, Thanksgiving, enjoy your family and friends. November 27, Winchester Sporting Rifle Marksmanship Shoot Canceled November 28, 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 tittle over an hour. December 2, 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/or semi-anto. One of MCSA's most popular events. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. December 3, 7:00 P.M. Membership Business Meeting at the range. 2015 officers and trustee's will be elected. December 4, 6:00 P.M. Monthly 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 pistol or larger. Be a hero and show up early to help set up targets. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. COMING UP: December 6, Saturday 10:00 A.M. The First Steps Pistol Class is full. December 10, Wednesday 6:00 P.M. Winchester Sporting Rifle Marksmanship Bring any safe sporting .221r rifle and 60 plus rounds of ammo, eye and hearing protection. Runs about 2 hours. $6.00 members $8.00 non-members. (One time change due to the holidays) December 13, Saturday 10:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M. Open Range Day The indoor range is open to the public, $12.00 per lane. You may share a lane with another person, one shooter at a time. One paper target included with fee, more available to purchase at $.25 a piece. Please bring all firearms unloaded and in a bag or box. January 2,4 & 25, 2015 NRA Range Safety Officer course. $120.00. 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. both days. Lunch provided. Space still available. See our website for more particulars. DID YOU KNOW: During 2002 and 2003, out of 17 million background cheeks resulting in 120,000 denials, the federal government prosecuted 154 people (about one-tenth of 1% of the denials) MASON COUNTY ~) .T SPORTSMAN S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 www.masoncountysa.com III Browning AB3 ComposHe Stalker Rifle- $529" Value Zeiss Terra !i~i 3X Riflescope- ~i ~ Champion Power Washer- =399~ Value =~ ~:~, =1,290~ Value iiii~ii Bushnell i~ The Truth L;:: Rangefinder ~L with Clear- ~ Shot'- :~ Masterbuilt 30" Window ~ =279~ Value ~;! Smoker- s349~ Value ~ Cabela's Gift Card - Up to SlO0 Value 99 Vortexe Crossfire II 10x42 Binoculars Was t169~ 03692347 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Men's, Women's and Kids' s s~ see SALE 14 to 34 s n $ Was 29 to 69 ALLYN [ Case Inlet 27 2:36am -1.428 3:28am -0.2 29 4:25am 1.230 5:28am 2.7 Thu9:39pm 15.6 Fri10:29am 15.5 Sat11:19am 15.4 Sun 12:09pm 15.4 3:52pm 6.5 5:01pm 5.7 6:12pm 4.6 7:16pm 3.1 8:34pm 11.6 9:52pm 10.7 11:22pm 10.3 1 1:00am 10.52 2:32am 11.4 3 3:46am 12.6 5 4:40am 13.8 Mon 6:37am 4.1 Tue 7:50am 5.2Wed8:58am 6.1Thu lO:OOpm 6.6 12:58pm 15.4 1:44pm 15.3 2:28pm 15.2 3:09pm 15.0 8:11pm 1.6 8:59pm 0.2 9:42pm -0.9 10:23pm -1.7 SHELTON I Oakland Bay 27 3:42am -1.228 4:34am -0.229 5:31am 1.0 30 12:00am 10.3 lhu 10:17pm 15.6 Fri11:07am 15.5 Sat11:57pm 15.4 Sun 6:34am 2.3 4:58pm 5.6 6:07pm 4.9 7:18pm 3.9 12:47pm 15.4 9:12pm 11.6 lO:30pm 10.7 8:22pm 2.7 1 1:38am 10.5 2 3:lOam 11.43 4:24am 12.6 4 5:24am 13.8 Mon 7:43am 3.5Tue8:50am 4.5 Wed lO:04am 5.2 Thu11:06pm 5.7 1:36pm 15.4 2:22pm 15.33:06pm 15.2 3:47pm 15.0 9:17pm 1.4 lO:05pm 0.210:48pm -0.8 11:29pm -1.4 UNION [ Hood Canal 27 1:25am -0.6 28 2:16am 0.4 29 3:13am 1.8 30 4:17am 3.1 Thu8:57am 13.0 eri9:44pm 12.8 Sat10:32am 12.6 Sun 11:18pm 12.5 3:01pm 6.5 4:04pm 5.6 5:06pm 4.4 6:03pm 3.0 6:59pm 8.9 8:26pm 8.1 lO:30pm 7.8 1 12:14am8.3 2 1:34am9.3 3 2:40am 10.5 4 3:36am 11.5 Mon 5:27pm 4.4 Iue6:35pm5.5 Wed7:39am 6.2Thu 8:39am 6.8 12:03pm 12.4 12:46pm 12.4 1:28pm 12.3 2:08pm 12.2 6:55pm 1.5 7:43pm0.2 8:29pm -0.9 9:12pm -1.7 THE SUN and THE MOON 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 Sunrise 8:33am 8:35am8:36am8:37am8:38pm8:40am8:41am8:42am Sunset 5:27pm 5:26pm5:25pm5:25pm5:24pm5:24pm5:24pm5:23pm Moonrise 12:42pm1:17am1:50pm2:20pm2:51pm3:23pm3:58pm4:36pm Moonset 11:24pm 1:49am3:01am4:12am5:23am6:31am First quarter November 29 Tidal Information courtesy NOAA I Astronomical Data courtesy U.S. Naval Observatory