Annual Clean-Up Weekend
The Annual Cleanup weekend is April 20 - 21. 8 am to 5 pm each day.
Starting Friday at 3 pm until Monday at Sunrise ALL RANGES ARE CLOSED.
During cleanup days there are NO ACTIVITIES at the club.
We encourage all members new and old to come out and help get the club into shape for the spring and summer season.
As always we have plenty of work to do, both inside and out. No matter what your abilities or skill level, we can use you!
New members, this is the perfect time to get those hours in, not only that, but you will me a lot of your fellow members and get to know a little more about your club.
Old members, here's a chance to catch up with old friends, and help the new members acclimate.
As always, you'll get fed, and no one is worked too hard. Bring the usual implements of destruction: shovels, rakes, weed eaters, chainsaws, choppers, boppers, and loppers.
If you have an ATV with a wagon, this is one of the few times you can use it on the grounds, so bring it out.
As a final note: yes we realize Sunday is Easter, however with all the upcoming events scheduled, this was the only weekend we had. Most of the work can get done on Saturday if we have enough members show up.
See you at the club bright and early, and ready to get busy!
Deer Management Workshop
Saturday March 23rd 2019 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Miami Valley Career Technical Center
Adult Education Building
6801 Hoke Rd, Clayton, OH 45315
Limited numbers of seats MUST pre-register at (937) 347-0926
*Pizza Lunch Provided*
Our new Technology Chairman, James Tweed, has set up a Technology Portal for members to use to inquire about the clubs technology and make requests. Check it out here. The permanent link is located under Quick Links located on the right side of this page.
Winter Weather Notice
With the arrival of winter comes the impending threat of hazardous weather conditions. In years past, inclement weather has at times disrupted GCF&G Board & Membership Meetings, and created a great deal of confusion.
If Greene County is under a Level 1 snow emergency and is listed as such in TV, radio, and news broadcasts at 3:00 pm the day of any scheduled board or membership meeting, that meeting will be postponed and rescheduled on the same day and time, of the following week unless otherwise indicated.
Common sense should always be used when deciding whether or not to attend any club function during inclement weather. Don't take unnecessary risks. To determine the status of other scheduled events at the club during these inclement periods, contact the Chairman in charge of the activity scheduled. Thank you for your cooperation.