Calendar

Jun
8
Wed
Monthly Club Meeting – 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse
Jun 8 @ 7:00 pm
Monthly Club Meeting - 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States

When and Where we Meet:

Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter’s Club Clubhouse.‎ Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular monthly gun or bow drawings.  Dinner is usually available to purchase starting at 6pm for $8.00

The meeting starts at 7pm sharp, the meeting includes minutes of the previous meeting, treasurer’s report, old business, new business, and introduction of new members and guests.  The club also has regular monthly drawings and “Membership Attendance Drawing” held at the end of the member meeting.

A program is usually offered each month and could include a speaker, a demonstration, or another presentation of interest to the members.

Monthly Drawings:

At each meeting there is an opportunity to participate in several drawings. Money generated by these drawings is used to support the club, improve the number and quality of member activities, and to benefit the community. The “Membership Attendance Drawing” is only open to members in good standing who are present at the time of the drawing. All other drawings are open to both members and guests.

Guests:

Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend, in the future, as a member. If a guest decides to become a member, they must attend at least one general club meeting, and have 2 club readings before being voted into the club.  To participate in club activities, the guest must then pay the membership fees required.

Jun
18
Sat
Granite State Bowhunters 3D Archery Shoot – New England Classic Series @ Lone Pine Hunter's Club Outdoor Archery Area
Jun 18 – Jun 19 all-day
Granite State Bowhunters 3D Archery Shoot - New England Classic Series @ Lone Pine Hunter's Club Outdoor Archery Area | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States
Granite State Bowhunters 3-D Archery Shoot – ASA/S3DA Qualifier


The Purpose of the Granite State Bowhunters is to:
• Promote bowhunting and safe and lawful use of the bow and arrow.
• Staunchly oppose with honor, all organizations, groups and individuals that represent anti-hunting, anti-archery and anti-firearms.
• Join in force with other organizations that share our basic interest to defend and insure the rights, protection and enjoyment of our sports.
• Alert and inform the public on matters that may be detrimental to legislation or common practice of the bowhunters.
• Educate the public with hunter safety programs and work in unison with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department to better hunting conditions.
• Strive to upgrade the type of equipment used and raise the status and ethics of those engaged in the sport.
• Code of Ethics of the GSB
• A Granite State Bowhunter’s bow is above 40 pounds standard draw and his broadheads are sharp.
• A Granite State Bowhunter knows his equipment’s capabilities and limitations and does not shoot beyond the range of making a clean kill.
• A Granite State Bowhunter enjoys the challenge of hunting and stalking game on its own ground on near equal terms.
• A Granite State Bowhunter has more desire in the hunt than the actual kill.
• A Granite State Bowhunter is a true sportsman and conservationist. He obeys the rules of his sport and laws to perpetuate wildlife and will not knowingly hunt with anyone who violates
or flaunts them! He takes advantage of no one. He respects the landowner’s rights and the just aspiration of other hunters in his area. He is the cream of sportsmen, a different,
special breed.

Jul
13
Wed
Monthly Club Meeting – 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse
Jul 13 @ 7:00 pm
Monthly Club Meeting - 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States

When and Where we Meet:

Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter’s Club Clubhouse.‎ Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular monthly gun or bow drawings.  Dinner is usually available to purchase starting at 6pm for $8.00

The meeting starts at 7pm sharp, the meeting includes minutes of the previous meeting, treasurer’s report, old business, new business, and introduction of new members and guests.  The club also has regular monthly drawings and “Membership Attendance Drawing” held at the end of the member meeting.

A program is usually offered each month and could include a speaker, a demonstration, or another presentation of interest to the members.

Monthly Drawings:

At each meeting there is an opportunity to participate in several drawings. Money generated by these drawings is used to support the club, improve the number and quality of member activities, and to benefit the community. The “Membership Attendance Drawing” is only open to members in good standing who are present at the time of the drawing. All other drawings are open to both members and guests.

Guests:

Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend, in the future, as a member. If a guest decides to become a member, they must attend at least one general club meeting, and have 2 club readings before being voted into the club.  To participate in club activities, the guest must then pay the membership fees required.

Aug
10
Wed
Monthly Club Meeting – 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse
Aug 10 @ 7:00 pm
Monthly Club Meeting - 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States

When and Where we Meet:

Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter’s Club Clubhouse.‎ Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular monthly gun or bow drawings.  Dinner is usually available to purchase starting at 6pm for $8.00

The meeting starts at 7pm sharp, the meeting includes minutes of the previous meeting, treasurer’s report, old business, new business, and introduction of new members and guests.  The club also has regular monthly drawings and “Membership Attendance Drawing” held at the end of the member meeting.

A program is usually offered each month and could include a speaker, a demonstration, or another presentation of interest to the members.

Monthly Drawings:

At each meeting there is an opportunity to participate in several drawings. Money generated by these drawings is used to support the club, improve the number and quality of member activities, and to benefit the community. The “Membership Attendance Drawing” is only open to members in good standing who are present at the time of the drawing. All other drawings are open to both members and guests.

Guests:

Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend, in the future, as a member. If a guest decides to become a member, they must attend at least one general club meeting, and have 2 club readings before being voted into the club.  To participate in club activities, the guest must then pay the membership fees required.

Sep
14
Wed
Monthly Club Meeting – 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse
Sep 14 @ 7:00 pm
Monthly Club Meeting - 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States

When and Where we Meet:

Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter’s Club Clubhouse.‎ Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular monthly gun or bow drawings.  Dinner is usually available to purchase starting at 6pm for $8.00

The meeting starts at 7pm sharp, the meeting includes minutes of the previous meeting, treasurer’s report, old business, new business, and introduction of new members and guests.  The club also has regular monthly drawings and “Membership Attendance Drawing” held at the end of the member meeting.

A program is usually offered each month and could include a speaker, a demonstration, or another presentation of interest to the members.

Monthly Drawings:

At each meeting there is an opportunity to participate in several drawings. Money generated by these drawings is used to support the club, improve the number and quality of member activities, and to benefit the community. The “Membership Attendance Drawing” is only open to members in good standing who are present at the time of the drawing. All other drawings are open to both members and guests.

Guests:

Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend, in the future, as a member. If a guest decides to become a member, they must attend at least one general club meeting, and have 2 club readings before being voted into the club.  To participate in club activities, the guest must then pay the membership fees required.

Oct
12
Wed
Monthly Club Meeting – 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm
Monthly Club Meeting - 7pm @ Lone Pine Hunter's Clubhouse | Hollis | New Hampshire | United States

When and Where we Meet:

Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter’s Club Clubhouse.‎ Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular monthly gun or bow drawings.  Dinner is usually available to purchase starting at 6pm for $8.00

The meeting starts at 7pm sharp, the meeting includes minutes of the previous meeting, treasurer’s report, old business, new business, and introduction of new members and guests.  The club also has regular monthly drawings and “Membership Attendance Drawing” held at the end of the member meeting.

A program is usually offered each month and could include a speaker, a demonstration, or another presentation of interest to the members.

Monthly Drawings:

At each meeting there is an opportunity to participate in several drawings. Money generated by these drawings is used to support the club, improve the number and quality of member activities, and to benefit the community. The “Membership Attendance Drawing” is only open to members in good standing who are present at the time of the drawing. All other drawings are open to both members and guests.

Guests:

Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend, in the future, as a member. If a guest decides to become a member, they must attend at least one general club meeting, and have 2 club readings before being voted into the club.  To participate in club activities, the guest must then pay the membership fees required.