Greetings! I hope that this April Newsletter finds our membership, their families and those in our community that come to our range in good health and staying safe during this extraordinary time of the COVID-19 outbreak. We truly are facing uncharted waters as it relates to this issue.

In this Newsletter, I thought I would take the opportunity to gauge the interest in making a change regarding what is included in the Newsletter. In the past, it has only included a few stories of interest to the firearms community. In no way has the Newsletter been a good aggregator of firearms news, nor do I believe it should be. We are all volunteers at our club and we don’t have the time to be a firearms news aggregator. Additionally , I have heard from many members that they have multiple sources of firearms and sporting news and rarely has it been mentioned that our Newsletter was a good, up-to-date source.

So, I propose that this Newsletter become more of a place where we highlight news and events involving our club. Nothing more, nothing less. To that end, I am encouraging our members to send me interesting stories about events they attend at the club, including photos. I look forward to making this Newsletter that is pertinent to the Poulsbo Sportsman Club.

I am interested to hear from our members regarding this change to the Newsletter. Please share your thoughts with me by dropping me an email at info@poulsbosportsmanclub.org. Until next month, please follow the individual guidelines to keep yourself and your families safe.

Ned Newlin, PSC Web Services Coordinator

“The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men.”  Article 1; Section 24, Washington State Constitution