On Saturday, October 21 at 9:00 A.M., the U.S. Forest Service with assistance from PLINK, a cooperative program of the NRA Members Council, El Dorado Rod & Gun Club, and the USFS, will be cleaning up shot shells and targets from Tiger Creek Quarry. Volunteers are needed to preserve this valuable shooting sports resource.
Volunteers will gather at the Firehouse Café in Diamond Springs at 7:30 A.M for a complimentary breakfast prior to caravanning to the site.
If you are unable to attend for breakfast, take Highway 88 about 18 miles east of Jackson to Buckorn, turn south (right) on Tiger Creek Road. At the Reservoir, keep driving east above the PG&E houses on the one lane paved Salt Springs Road for a bit over one mile. Then turn right 500 yards down into the quarry.
To RSVP, please contact Steve Morgan at (530) 620-3946 or email NRAPLINK@COMCAST.NET.
Sincerely, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action, www.NRAILA.org
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