Gun Club Closed

From David Gilbertson, the Director:

The board has made the decision to close the club until April 7th at which time the latest data and guidelines will determine the reopening. My thanks to all of you for volunteering. The new course, Twisted Tree, is coming along wonderfully with several stations built and more going up. If you would like to work on an outdoor station by yourself or in a socially safe area with a partner there is lots to do. Framing, staining, decking, etc. Send me an email, text or call if you would like to come out. We will be there Thursday at noon for a build.

Please continue to sign up for lodge slots and we can modify as needed.

Be well – David

We would love your help with the continuing construction of this new course but do not come out without permission from David. If you do not have David’s contact information, complete the form below and he will contact you.

Stations which are still in need of donors can be viewed on our goals page along with the exceptional donor partners who have already provided funds and materials.

You can sign up for a lodge slot through SignUpGenius.

To view the range closure decision by RR&GC’s board, visit

Use this form to contact David about helping on the Twisted Tree course.

Boy Scouts Fundraiser @ Aug 16

Sporting Clays is pleased to host this year’s fundraiser which includes a 75-bird course, dinner, silent auction and prizes. Space is available for teams or individuals.

The Shootout Format

Players on 5-man teams are treated to a 75-bird course spread over 10 stations, each with its own spectacular challenges and views. Lewis Class format ensures that everyone, regardless of skill level, has a chance to win a prize. We encourage registration by teams, but individuals may also sign up.

Check-in and silent auction bids begin at 1 pm, safety briefing at 1:30, and Shotgun Start Shootout from 2 – 4:30. BBQ, beverages, awards, prizes and silent auction starts at 4:30. BBQ is catered by Bad Boys BBQ of Tumalo.

Additional details are contained in the registration form below. Mail completed forms by August 1st or call the Council  Office at 541-664-1444 to pay by Visa or MasterCard.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact the BSA office at 541-382-4647 or email .

Boy Scouts of America serves around 4,600 youth in Central and Southern Oregon and Northern California through the Crater Lake Council. Your support will help deliver a program to underserved communities. That helps deliver a program of Citizenship, Character Development, Outdoor Skills, Teamwork and Leadership. Your support will also help youth attend summer camp.