We are an approved Non-profit 501(C)(3) Corporation
We are a SAFE facility with security cameras operating 24/7
Located at: 744 Buckfield Rd, South Paris, ME
Come join our over 450 members and enjoy our clubhouse facilities, monthly dinner meetings, shooting and archery ranges, speakers and activities!
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Thursday Evening is PUBLIC TRAP
Join them on our great trap range from
5 to dark, until November. Only $3.00
per round too.
Ladies "Learn to Shoot Trap" classes 4 weeks, starting Tues, Aug 14th at 5:30.
cost is only $175 - everything provided
Call Helen Robillard at 743-1193
Bowling Pin Shoot
Our next popular pistol shooting event is September 1st. Rain or shine, sign up for $5.00 and you can shoot as many times as you would like at the pins 25 feet away, in a timed event. For info, call Alan Paradis at 364-6509. This is GREAT FUN!
New Range RulesCheck the "Range Area" page
Thursday night trap shooting will resume MAY 10th .for specific times, go to the "Range Area" page and see the days and times we shoot!! We are a GREAT TRAP CLUB!! Men and women love it (And, we have a bunch of terrific kids participating) and WE SHOOT ALL WINTER.
Check out our great gear in our photo gallery
Range construction done!
Check out our new beautiful building
NOTICE TO KOREAN CONFLICT VETERANS and FAMILIES! The government has produced a beautiful book which commemorates this event, and YOU are entitled to this book at NO cost. All you need to do is contact either the American Legion or VFW post near you, or call Jerry Smith of Maine Veterans' Services at 207-783-5306 to get your copy. Remember, you earned this, so please ask for it!
To help strengthen all Maine Sporting Clubs, we are putting their links on our CLUB SPONSORS & Info Links page, and they are placing a link to our site on theirs.
Our On Line Sporting Encyclopedia is on the "Club Sponsor" page.
The Norway-Paris Fish & Game Association was founded in 1970 by a small group of dedicated sportsmen who believed that by working together they could benefit our local hunting, fishing and related sports.
*To promote and preserve our natural resources with emphasis on game animals, birds and fish.
*To improve the natural habitat of such animals, birds and fish.
*To further the interest in outdoor activities with special emphasis on hunting and fishing.
*To cooperate with law enforcement agencies in creating and maintaining respect for game laws.
*To promote and encourage safety in all outdoor sports.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
LEGISLATIVE: STEVE McGINTY