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January 2011 Appleseed Shoot Print

Event Information:

January 15 2011 - Appleseed
January 16 2011 - Appleseed

Printable (PDF) flier below:
Enfield WINTERSEED Shoot - JAN 2011_Color_01

Attention water enthusiasts! Print

Please help us protect our interests and plan on attending the Public Discussion about the Mascoma River, *Thursday, April 29, 2010 **6:30 pm Enfield Community Building 308 US Route 4*.  We are concerned that this could put limitations on our fishing and boating hobbies.

*You're Invited to a Public Discussion about the Mascoma River!*

Come find out about a non-regulatory, community-based approach to river

*Thursday, April 29, 2010
**6:30 pm
Enfield Community Building
308 US Route 4*

The Mascoma River Nominating Committee, a tri-town citizen's group
concerned about the river's future, is working to nominate the Mascoma
River into the NH Rivers Management and Protection Program.  Successful
nomination would create a broadly representative Local Advisory
Committee to address river-related issues cooperatively in the wider
watershed area.

For more information, please go to
or call Rachel at 448-1680.
Sponsored by the Mascoma River Nominating Committee with support from
Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission.

Free Fly Tying Course Print

Mon. & Tues. - April 26 - 27

6 to 8 pm at the Enfield Outing Club, 378 Shaker Hill Rd.

Learn the fundamentals of the Art of Tying Flys with Anglers Bill Prior and Forrest Cole.

Hosted by Enfield Outing Club in conjunction with HANOVER OUTDOORS and HOLLOW POINT SPORTS.

Advance registration required by April 14.
Students must supply their own tools.
Discounts are available at participating local merchants.

Call David Stewart for more information and to register. (603) 632-7731 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
$10 donation to EOC suggested to help continue educational programs.

Enfield Outing Club Print

The Enfield Outing Club (EOC) was incorporated on November 26, 1934 for the purpose of promoting "community rowing, swimming, skiing, and ice boating on Mascoma Lake as a means of social and recreational betterment, physical improvement, and the general prosperity of the town of Enfield." During the 1940's, shooting sports were included to round out our focus.

"From its inception, the club has remained active in the community projects and through its efforts done much to improve the town. Many Enfield and area residents were responsible for enlarging the baseball diamond at Huse Park, instrumental in the development of Shakoma Beach, erected the Christmas tree in the center of town and provided gifts for the children and in general fostered an interest in sports for the youth of the town.", so wrote Frederick (Ted) Sanders in 1960.

EOC has always been an integral part of Enfield whether meeting at the Dartmouth boathouse, Legion Hall, Whitney hall or since moving to its current home on Shaker Hill Rd. in 1955. "Old Timers" no doubt remember boating, baseball teams, basketball, minstrel shows, beano, dances, game dinners, oyster stew, deer pools and chicken shoots. Today's adults may reminisce about the fun they had as youths at the Fishing Derby.

EOC is where many area youths earned their Hunter Safety Certification and we continue that tradition to this day. EOC hosts the training activities of our Police Department, hunter and civilian firearms instruction, and archery, as well as independent recreational shooting by our membership. In keeping with our mission of furthering and supporting recreational activities, we encourage our members to introduce others to the Enfield Outing Club and to expand our membership to "citizens of good repute of the United States of America."

David L. Stewart

Enfield Outing Club
378 Shaker Hill Rd.
P.O. Box 178
Enfield, NH 03748

SANTA 2009 at the Enfield Community Building Print

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