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White Oak Rod & Gun Club, Inc.

  • Wednesday, January 05, 2022 9:26 PM | Lisa Norman (Administrator)

    Note: We are having issues with the gate lock at the club. Please be patient with us as we reconfigure the lock once again for our members. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me at lisanorman2012@hotmail.com. Thank you for your understanding.   

  • Tuesday, November 02, 2021 9:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    WORGC Youth Day ~ Staffing

    Who: Adults

    What: Staffing for Youth Day 2022:

    IF ALL STAFFING SLOTS ARE NOT COMPLETELY FILLED BY January 31, 2022, THERE WILL BE NO YOUTH DAY 2022 as Registration will not be opened. We on the Planning Committee WILL NOT undergo another situation like last year, to plan for months, obtain supplies and prizes and have to beg Members to help. In order for WORGC to help fulfill its mission statement ("To Support Youth In the Outdoors") we need to make a commitment to pass our knowledge of hunting/outdoor skills on to the youth just as our mentors passed it on to us! Youth Day has been in existence since 1995 - that is 26 years - we don't want to see it die and hopefully you don't either. We'll know on Jan. 31st.

    Staffing Needs:

    Registration (checking youth in, distributing shirts/nametags to staff/youth)

    Kitchen (prepare food, set up tables/tear-down, serve and clean-up from lunch)

    Range Safety Officers (RSO's) - do not participate in anything but standing back to constantly survey entire situation for safety violations and will immediately stop proceedings if something needs corrected.

    Walkers (An adult who is in charge of seeing that their ducklings stay together, wash hands before lunch, and get to stations/activities on time)

    Note: All volunteers helping with youth programs must hold a current Pennsylvania child abuse history clearance to be in compliance with Title, Pa. C.S. Chapter 63. Child Abuse Clearance.  More info can be found on the Youth Volunteers Info page.

    When: November 1st 2021 - January 31st 2022

    Where: Staff sign-ups will be online only.

    How: For more information contact the event coordinators:

    Greg Viecelli  724-953-1087
    Debbie Gress 724-787-7028
    David Iwinski 412-352-7997


    Link to register: https://www.worgc.org/event-4548770

    Registration ends January 31st 2022, NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • Friday, June 25, 2021 12:55 PM | Paul Krystosek (Administrator)

    White Oak Rod & Gun Club presents its annual Youth Day for youth ages 10-18!

    Date: Saturday, August 14, 2020
    Time: 8:00 AM through 5:00 PM

    Location: 600 Skellytown Road - North Huntingdon, PA 15642

    $20 regular registration fee thru August 14th
    Registration ends August 7th, NO EXCEPTIONS
    Note: Registration is not complete until payment is received via PayPal.

    See calendar for link to registration

    Questions: Contact Event Coordinators

    Greg Viecelli  724-953-1087
    Debbie Gress 724-787-7028
    David Iwinski 412-352-7997

    Youth will have the opportunity to experience a variety of shooting disciplines, including black powder, .22 pistol, archery, .22 rifle, shotgun and hi-power rifle. There will also be several other fun stations that we'll keep a surprise! Lunch and T-shirt are provided. Masks are optional.

    What to wear and bring: Eye and ear protection are required when shooting or observing during the event. Both will be provided at the event. We strongly recommend sturdy footwear. Flip-flops and sandals are not appropriate. A hat such as a baseball cap is recommended. Youth should have a little backpack to keep their stuff in. EVERYTHING should have the child's name on it, we are terrible mind readers. All equipment and ammunition will be provided, please do not bring your own.

    If  the PARENT or GUARDIAN cannot attend Youth Day with their child and another adult will be assuming responsibility for child, a HANDWRITTEN note to that effect SIGNED BY THE PARENT or GUARDIAN must accompany the child to Youth Day check-in.

  • Monday, May 03, 2021 4:58 PM | Paul Krystosek (Administrator)

    White Oak Rod and Gun Club is taking reservations for the 2021 Youth Shotgun Program. This free course is open to boys and girls 10 to 18 years of age.  There will be two (2) four (4) week courses beginning in July. 

    The dates are; class 1, July 6, 13, 20 and 27; class 2, August 3,10,17 and 24. 

    The classes are on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30. The number of participants is limited therefore pre-registration is required.  If you or your children have taken the course in the past, you are welcome to take it again. All equipment will be provided.

    Each course is opened to the public, so please encourage your children to have their friends parents register as well.

    Contact Brian Calabrase for registration and questions.

    unitydt@gmail.com or 412-417-1819


    Brian Calabrase
    WORGC Membership Officer

    NRA Certified Shotgun Instructor

  • Sunday, June 14, 2020 2:55 PM | Lisa Norman (Administrator)

    White Oak Rod and Gun Club has just installed new rifle and pistol steel targets for your enjoyment. 

    Rifle targets SHOULD NOT be shot with any ammo exceeding 3,000 FPS and NO CLOSER than 100 yards. 

    Pistol targets SHOULD NOT be shot with anything other than pistol ammo and NO CLOSER 10 yards. 

    For your safety and the longevity of these targets, please follow the above recommendations. 

  • Sunday, January 06, 2019 7:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Guest Policy:

    • Club members are responsible for all the actions of their guests.
    • As active members you may bring your spouse, juniors or grandchildren to the club.
    • As active members you are permitted to bring 1 adult guest no more than 3 times each season.  After that we would expect the guest to become a member.
    • Guests must be accompanied by a member at all times.
    • Active member includes probationary members.

     Gate Policy:

    • The locked gate policy went into effect on November 1st. The combination to the lock is printed on the back of your current membership card. 
    • The gate is to be kept locked at all times, lock it after you enter the club grounds, lock it when you leave. The only exception will be when we have an event open to the public. When there is a public event there will be a sign on the gate stating PUBLIC EVENT LEAVE GATE OPEN. It will be the duty of the event coordinator to see that the sign is in place. 
    • All members are required to DISPLAY their current membership card when on club grounds. The objective of this policy is to keep trespassers off club property and using/abusing our ranges. Your cooperation in this new procedure is appreciated.
  • Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8:51 PM | Paul Krystosek (Administrator)

    Indoor Air Rifle Silhouette 

    $3.00 - 40 round match (Cash Only Please)

    Open to the Public

    • Rifle or handgun/ 17 cal. or 22 cal. / Stand or Seated
    • 40 Targets / 10 each (Chickens, Pigs, Turkeys, and Rams)
    • 6:30 pm - Practice / Sight-in
    • 7:00 pm - Shoot Begins
    • 30 Second Load and Aim
    • 2 Minutes to Engage 5 Targets

    For more information please contact Dan Lachman at 412.996.8938.

  • Friday, February 05, 2016 5:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The club is looking for sporting clay trappers.  The minimum age accepted will be 14.  If you are interested or have any questions please contact Jeff Parry at 724-863-6213.

  • Wednesday, October 14, 2015 6:19 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    All volunteers helping with youth programs must hold a current Pennsylvania child abuse history clearance to be in compliance with Title, Pa. C.S. Chapter 63. Child Abuse Clearance.

     The clearance is obtainable at www.compass.state.pa.us/CWIS.

    This a relatively new law and it does apply to volunteers helping with all WORGC programs that serve children. Some of these programs are, Youth Day, Youth Shotgun, Junior Hi Power, Hunter/Trapper Education and Rimfire Fun Shoot.

    If WORGC is to continue providing these programs our volunteers must have this clearance. This would include everyone on site the day of the event, registration, kitchen, station helpers and walkers.

    I have obtained the clearance online and promise you the process is not complicated. There is no cost for the clearance if applied for as a non-paid volunteer.  The clearance is valid for 60 months.  After the application is completed and submitted it will take several weeks to be processed.

    The programs WORGC provides to the youth of the area are vital in passing on our heritage and right of firearm ownership to the next generation.

    Please go to www.compass.state.pa.us/CWIS and get your clearance ASAP and send a copy of your clearance to:

    Bill Eckenrode, Recording Secretary, WORGC

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