Last Updated: December 30, 2016 @ 2:08 pm
11/29/2016–Great Lot Sportsman’s Club recently donated a truckload of dog food and cat food to the Lewis County Humane Society in Glenfield during their open house. Great Lot President Guy Case said food is always needed at the Humane Society and the Great Lot is glad to help out. Great Lot wants to thank TOPs in Boonville for their support.
12/11/2015–Members of the Great Lot Sportsman’s Club delivered a few truckloads of donations provided by The Lodging Kit Company of Boonville. These donations are for the Homeless Christmas Tree initiative. This is the second year in a row the Lodging Kit and Great Lot Sportsman’s Club have joined forces to support this worthy cause. First picture is Lodging Kit owners Eric Martin & Kent Martin, Lodging Kit employee Jen Capron and Great Lot Director, Andy Bailey standing by one of the trucks they loaded for delivery. Second picture is Great Lot Director, Andy Bailey taking some of the donations into the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce’s office in Lowville.
12/4/2015– The Great Lot Sporstman’s Club recently donated dog food and cat food to the Lewis County Humane Society in Glenfield. Great Lot President, Guy Case said these items were on the Humane Society’s “wish list” this year and they are glad to help out. Pictured from left: Charles Case, Great Lot Sportsman’s Club founder and past president; Sue, Lewis County Humane Society volunteer and Guy Case, Great Lot Sportsman’s Club president.
10/4/2015– On 4-Oct members of the Great Lot Sportsman’s volunteered at the Wagner Farms in Rome sorting squash. The members helped sort tons of squash. Then President Guy Case and Director Andy Bailey loaded up a truckload and headed to Matthews Place in Boonville to deliver half a truckload. Finally it was off to the Lowville Food Pantry to deliver the other half.
10/2/2015– On 2-Oct the Great Lot Sportsman’s Club hosted a dinner for 21 members of New York State Outdoor Writers Association (NYSOWA) at their clubhouse. The dinner was sponsored by the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce. The writers enjoyed roast duck, venison stew, venison pilaf, BBQ venison, four types of smoked salmon, sweet corn and homemade pies. Writers listened to hunting and fishing stories from the members of the ones that got away.