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2012 Christmas Party for Kids Print

Enfield Outing Club will be holding our 36th Annual "Christmas Party for Kids" on Friday December 7th at 6pm at the Enfield Community Building located at the corner of Rt 4 & Main St., Enfield, NH.

This event is made possible through the generosity of the late Lyle Clough. The EOC receives annual funds from the Clough Trust Fund to help make Christmas a merry one for area children. It's been a great partnership over the years and is a very well attended event attracting over 100 children.

This years party will, as always, feature Santa, a present for each child, refreshments for everybody and live music. We will also continue the free raffle for a Christmas tree. Hopefully it will be won by a family that could use the help. That is the idea behind this event - to reach out to our neighbors, spread some cheer and goodwill especially for the children.That's what Lyle wanted and the EOC has endeavored to do that for many years now.

To all the members: if you want to feel really good this Christmas season, join the fun and take part in this great event. There are several ways to help. We need someone to purchase the refreshments before the party. We need folks to set up in the afternoon. This involves some decorating, setting out the gifts, setting up tables and chairs, the Christmas tree, organizing the food. We will start around 1pm. We need some volunteers for the evening to help with the food, raffle and gift assistance (very fun!) Last year we had about 12 people or more, it would be great to have that many again. We would like to have a member take photos of the event as well.

If you want to take part in giving back to the community and bringing joy to the kids and their families please contact David Stewart (603) 632-7731 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Attached is a poster for you to print out and post wherever possible, or email to your neighbors.

Thank you in advance for your help in making this event a successful one. - David Stewart, President

 
2013 Christmas Party for Kids Print

Enfield Outing Club will be holding our 37th Annual "Christmas Party for Kids" on Friday December 6th at 6pm at the Enfield Community Building located at the corner of Rt 4 & Main St., Enfield, NH.

This event is made possible through the generosity of the late Lyle Clough. The EOC receives annual funds from the Clough Trust Fund to help make Christmas a merry one for area children. It's been a great partnership over the years and is a very well attended event attracting over 100 children.

This years party will, as always, feature Santa, a present for each child, refreshments for everybody and live music. We will also continue the free raffle for a Christmas tree. Hopefully it will be won by a family that could use the help. That is the idea behind this event - to reach out to our neighbors, spread some cheer and goodwill especially for the children.That's what Lyle wanted and the EOC has endeavored to do that for many years now.

To all the members: if you want to feel really good this Christmas season, join the fun and take part in this great event. There are several ways to help. We need someone to purchase the refreshments before the party. We need folks to set up in the afternoon. This involves some decorating, setting out the gifts, setting up tables and chairs, the Christmas tree, organizing the food. We will start around 1pm. We need some volunteers for the evening to help with the food, raffle and gift assistance (very fun!) Last year we had about 12 people or more, it would be great to have that many again. We would like to have a member take photos of the event as well.

If you want to take part in giving back to the community and bringing joy to the kids and their families please contact David Stewart (603) 632-7731 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Attached is a poster for you to print out and post wherever possible, or email to your neighbors.

Thank you in advance for your help in making this event a successful one. - David Stewart, President

 
2014 Christmas Party for Kids Print

Enfield Outing Club 38th Annual Children's Christmas Party

The EOC will host Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Enfield Community Building at 6pm on December 5th. All area children are invited for a fun night of music, refreshments, and a visit with Santa. All children will receive a nice gift from the assortment Santa will deliver. Children are encouraged to bring their parents as a good time will be had by all.

The EOC Children's Christmas Party has been an Enfield tradition for many years and is made possible by the Lyle Clough Fund and members of the Enfield Outing Club. Merry Christmas one and all!!

 

 
3D ARCHERY TARGETS FOR SALE! Print

All targets sold!

The EOC has the following 3D archery targets for sale at the price listed or BRO.
Contact David Stewart at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Quantity Type Condition Price
1 Caribou Good $300.00
1 Caribou Fair $150.00
1 African Lion Good $450.00
1 Mountain Lion Good $200.00
1 Bobcat Good $100.00
1 Black bear Good $200.00
2 Peccary Good $125.00 each
1 Leopard Good $200.00
1 Woodchuck Good $50.00
1 Alligator Fair $50.00
1 Turkey Fair $25.00
1 Deer Fair $25.00
 
Results for Aiming to Give Back Action Match 2012 Print

Click HERE for the official PDF of the results.


CATEGORY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 handgun rifle total
T. DESROSIERS P & S 19.87 11.45 7.53 10.59 131.00 51.38 70.90 17.25 87.33 105.65 242.42 270.53 512.95
P. DIONNE S 22.78 10.88 57.00 22.00 132.00 142.00 74.70 99.00 81.04 28.38 222.08 447.70 669.78
J. DRYE P & S 7.45 31.52 24.41 31.97 128.00 68.94 68.75 12.50 37.80 23.41 156.56 278.19 434.75
S. DAVIS S 4.85 8.65 6.13 19.97 130.00 48.31 64.44 8.00 47.06 16.65 103.31 250.75 354.06
M. DWORMAN S 5.31 10.77 47.00 16.22 128.00 46.25 71.68 10.50 37.69 11.90 128.89 256.43 385.32
C. WILLIAMS J & S 20.12 44.89 51.00 25.00 132.00 77.00 124.00 16.50 58.24 11.06 210.31 349.50 559.81
R. HOLLAND P & S 9.58 31.50 19.96 7.35 126.00 46.30 31.61 8.50 46.69 11.68 126.76 212.41 339.17
D. CURTIS S 47.00 28.28 16.80 32.82 124.00 70.23 75.59 11.25 177.75 38.98 341.63 281.07 622.70
M. CURTIS S 11.50 24.70 27.49 19.06 124.00 113.93 58.67 10.75 53.43 23.71 159.89 307.35 467.24
A. CLIFFORD S 10.72 47.00 22.29 30.19 128.00 81.33 76.71 15.00 82.25 16.87 209.32 301.04 510.36
J. FITZGERALD JR. S 47.00 22.60 13.70 36.62 130.00 54.27 41.31 7.00 52.53 12.40 184.85 232.58 417.43
J. FOX S 24.41 18.46 7.82 25.07 132.00 80.80 69.48 19.00 54.47 13.44 143.67 301.28 444.95
E. FUSARO S 47.00 17.02 28.18 136.84 124.00 44.66 43.66 5.50 47.50 11.74 288.28 217.82 506.10
J. FUSARO S 49.00 53.00 53.00 136.15 130.00 99.54 124.00 120.00 61.95 18.08 371.18 473.54 844.72
J. MORRIS S 18.81 22.19 18.94 59.88 120.00 74.91 54.70 10.00 59.19 16.48 195.49 259.61 455.10
M. SANBORN S 22.17 25.06 49.00 180.00 131.00 54.06 35.32 10.75 66.02 11.20 353.45 231.13 584.58
M. WILDS S 9.85 24.64 22.70 131.78 131.00 73.60 62.30 10.25 73.79 32.85 295.61 277.15 572.76
C. VOLLMANN S 23.53 47.00 49.00 180.00 126.00 61.68 52.59 4.00 82.88 17.93 400.34 244.27 644.61
D. SZKLARZ P & S 21.78 18.02 18.56 105.06 126.00 72.21 92.39 15.25 60.67 29.39 253.48 305.85 559.33
M. DIVIKGILIO P & S 5.23 14.43 34.20 12.22 120.00 77.95 96.16 6.00 39.43 18.31 123.82 300.11 423.93
B. CAMPBELL P & S 5.30 5.84 6.75 120.40 120.00 33.87 36.49 5.25 49.84 14.70 202.83 195.61 398.44
P. MORRIS S 6.77 23.31 17.59 21.31 120.00 38.94 43.99 23.75 41.40 17.99 128.37 226.68 355.05
C. MAY J & S 55.24 27.06 25.13 232.38 124.00 86.49 96.20 14.00 81.54 17.12 438.47 320.69 759.16
A. CONNOLLY S 11.97 44.91 15.22 56.09 128.00 43.23 71.31 7.75 49.53 32.53 210.25 250.29 460.54
R. SCHAETZKE S 38.66 18.50 47.00 18.22 132.00 43.50 83.76 30.11 51.34 17.34 191.06 289.37 480.43
J. HENSEL S 7.20 6.56 19.09 8.18 132.00 94.34 120.00 46.48 54.91 25.26 121.20 392.82 514.02
S. THOMPSON P & H 9.91 11.88 12.57 21.78 130.00 122.33 107.85 115.90 60.91 42.12 159.17 476.08 635.25
L. MESTER S 6.37 6.09 45.00 129.53 132.00 51.94 107.42 50.77 64.90 43.66 295.55 342.13 637.68
B. COLLINS S 4.78 16.06 26.93 19.31 126.00 38.05 74.13 113.94 95.60 17.81 180.49 352.12 532.61






























OVERALL CHAMPION













R. HOLLAND P & S 9.58 31.50 19.96 7.35 126.00 46.30 31.61 8.50 46.69 11.68 126.76 212.41 339.17















TOP HANDGUN













S. DAVIS S 4.85 8.65 6.13 19.97 130.00 48.31 64.44 8.00 47.06 16.65 103.31 250.75 354.06















TOP MALE













R. HOLLAND P & S 9.58 31.50 19.96 7.35 126.00 46.30 31.61 8.50 46.69 11.68 126.76 212.41 339.17















TOP SPORTING RIFLE













B. CAMPBELL P & S 5.30 5.84 6.75 120.40 120.00 33.87 36.49 5.25 49.84 14.70 202.83 195.61 398.44















TOP HUNTING RIFLE













S. THOMPSON P & H 9.91 11.88 12.57 21.78 130.00 122.33 107.85 115.90 60.91 42.12 159.17 476.08 635.25















TOP POLICE/MILITARY













R. HOLLAND P & S 9.58 31.50 19.96 7.35 126.00 46.30 31.61 8.50 46.69 11.68 126.76 212.41 339.17















TOP JUNIOR SHOOTER













C. WILLIAMS J & S 20.12 44.89 51.00 25.00 132.00 77.00 124.00 16.50 58.24 11.06 210.31 349.50 559.81

KEY: S - SPORTING, P - POLICE/MILITARY, H - HUNTING RIFLE, J - JUNIOR

Click HERE for the official PDF of the results.

 
2012 Town Wide Yard Sale Print

ITEMS WANTED for the

TOWN WIDE YARD SALE

CONTACT: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or www.enfieldnhoc.org

EOC logo

YARD SALE • July 14th

378 Shaker Hill Rd.

8:00am - 4:00pm

Good Stuff, Good Prices
Hot Dogs, Chips & Cold Drinks by Donation
to Benefit the Granite State Rifles
youth shooting team

Members: Click here for printable PDF for posting.

 
Aiming to Give Back Action Match 2012 Print

The Enfield Outing Club is sponsoring the:

Aiming to Give Back
Pistol & Rifle Action Match
Proceeds to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project

Date: July 29, 2012 - Start Times 0800-1500

 

This is a 9 stage course of fire with multiple targets and stages. Targets will be a combination of reactive, steel and cardboard. Any safe center fire handgun and rifle allowed. There are various start times that must be reserved. This 9 stage fund raiser has an entry fee of only $50.00. With all the entry fees going toward the Wounded Warrior Project.

Prizes for Top Shot, top male, top female, top youth shooter, top military/law enforcement, top handgun, top rifle and top hunting rifle.

The Enfield Outing Club Action Pistol / Rifle match is so big it has to be held at three locations - The Enfield Outing Club and two sand pits in Enfield.

For more information and to sign up at EnfieldNHOC.org or email: Scott Thompson: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - Phone 603-632-1005

To see the list of available slots, click below:

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Report on April 28 & 29th Work Party at EOC Print

As with all good parties, this one got started early. The Town of Enfield delivered numerous truckloads of wood chips by Wednesday for the picnic and other areas. Also during the week Daniel Bergamini and Ryan Gallien picked up the Youth team gun safe at the Barn Store and delivered it to the Clubhouse. With the help of Ken May and Scott Thompson, they muscled it into the Clubhouse.
John Downing kicked off the weekend on Friday night and started moving woodchips with his tractor. He was back early Saturday morning to continue and with the help of Dennis Harper and Valerie Martin moved a lot of firewood up the Clubhouse area. They along with Dave Stewart and Brian Cavanaugh cleared trees and brush at various locations. John Barnes arrived with his chainsaw and took out some scraggly trees. We all kept busy with that for a while, moving debris and raking.

All the time that was happening, Arnie Koch, Chief carpenter, was constructing the shed with help from Doug Demers and later Valerie Martin, and Dennis Harper. John Downing continued moving and raking chips into the picnic area, and the 100yd position area. He also cleared the spot where the woodshed will be.

On Sunday construction continued on the shed with Arnie heading it up with help from Zac Dworak. Harry Trumbull arrived with a mission to assemble the Youth team storage cabinet and with some help from the President and Zac got it done.

 

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