Fish and Game Club
LONDONDERRY — The Londonderry Fish and Game Club is holding its Annual Open House on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., regardless of the weather.
The public is invited to see all the club has to offer.
The Archery Range will be open with foam targets at distances up to 50 yards. There are still trout in the pond. Fishing requires appropriate New Hampshire licenses.
A supervised .22 range is available for beginners and youth using the club’s .22 rifles and ammunition. Likewise, a loaner shotgun and ammunition will be available on the shotgun range. There is a nominal charge for ammunition and clay birds.
Range rules, restrictions and club rules apply on all ranges and club property. All the ranges and facilities are available for use with supervision by experienced range officers. This is an excellent opportunity to get sighted-in before hunting season, get in some practice with a favorite firearm or learn about the tradition of target, skeet and archery shooting.
All non-club members must sign a waiver for all members in their party to participate. For those under 18, a guardian is required.
To get to the club, take Route 3A to Albuquerque Road, then left onto Brenton, right onto Burgess and left onto Lund. Find the entrance at 5 Lund St, Litchfield. Follow the Londonderry Fish & Game signs. For more information, visit LondonderryFishandGameClub.com or email email@example.com.
So, you think you can ref?
HUDSON — The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Metro Board 117 is seeking interested basketball officials for its entry-level apprentice program.
Classes begin on Monday, Sept. 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Alvirne High School in Hudson. Classes will run on consecutive Mondays, culminating in a written test in November and floor test in February.
Successful candidates will be certified by IAABO and eligible to referee high school basketball games in New Hampshire. Interested individuals should contact Dennis Murphy at 432-5533 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost of the school is $125, which includes a rule book, instruction and computer software.