Special Notice

Joseph T. Molinaro, Jr., 1932 - 2018 Joseph Molinaro, Dutchess County Delegate to the NYSCC for many years passed, away May 22, 2018, following a long illness. Joe represented Dutchess County on the DEC Region 3 Fish and Wildlife Board and had been a Reqion 3 Sportsman Representative to the state FWMB. Most currently, Joe was Director Emeritus of the Federation of Dutchess County Fish and Game Clubs, Inc., and had supported numerous Federation programs, most notably he lent his support and volunteered his time and energy to programs to recruit young hunters and anglers. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be forwarded as soon as they become available. Joe was a life member of Crum Elbow Sportsmen.


Next monthly club meeting Thursday May 24, 7pm:
   Sorry no dinner, always looking for cooks.... We will be having our first raffle drawing with the second one being held at next months meeting.

Spring membership drive ends May 24:
   Sign up soon if you are a first responder as we will be wrapping up this special offer. Check it out here.

NRA Basic Pistol classes:
   Two separate classses being held at the club June 2 and October 13. Click here to see the details.

Beginners skeet class was postponed until Saturday Jun 23, 10:00am:
   Click here for all the information.

Kid's Fishing Day a fun event:
   Check out the happenings here.

Work hours update (04/18/18):
   Work hours for this year have been updated. Periodically check to insure your hours have been submitted properly.
   Didn't get a chance to make it to our last work party? More opportunities will be upcoming. Don't forget all hours for this membership period must be submitted by July 15.

March CESA meeting minutes now available:
    Click here to access the minutes.

Wobble Wednesdays are here!!:
   Shoot Modern Skeet on our new skeet machines (NRA finanically assisted). More info here.

April Federation meeting minutes are now available:
    Click here for this or earlier documents.

Work board is now open:
    Have a little time on your hands and would like to get some work hours in? Stop into the club and check out the white board around back outside to see what sort of jobs are available. The approximate hours and the coordinator are provided also. Don't have enough time to finish the task? Most jobs can be worked on partially or with others.
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Past Notices:
   Prior notices originally posted here which may still be pertinent will be moved here. A link in the menu above has been made for direct access (Events -> Archives -> Past Notices).

Club E-Board:
    Check out the electronic bulletin board if you haven't already for lots of information posted by Pete, Mark, Dave and others. Thanks for sharing! Anyone is welcome to provide information which they feel may be useful to the membership. Submit a link or copy to CrumElbow@gmail.com for publication.


Welcome to the Crum Elbow Sportsmen's Association website. Whether you're a first time visitor, prospective member or an established member, you should find whatever information you are looking for about the club here. If not, see the list of contacts who would be happy to help with any questions you may have.
For the first timers, check out all the features of club facilities, such as the clubhouse, skeet/trap, range and the pond. We are located in historic Hyde Park with directions indicated on the map. You may consider becoming a member in which case you can peruse the information required to obtain membership as well as the benefits and responsibilities thereof.
Once you are a member, you probably want to see what's happening at the club (there is always something). And when you have some time to help out at the club and fulfill your work hours, an updated schedule of work party events can be consulted. Members requiring access to the member area can send an email to crumelbow@gmail.com for the id/password to access the page.

Club Objectives

The objectives and purpose of the club shall be to promote sportsmanship and education in the conservation of wildlife and the good will of landowners. To that end the club shall seek to conserve, restore and manage the game, fish and other, wildlife and their habitat in the town of Hyde Park and elsewhere; to promote and maintain the friendly relation and cooperation with landowners and sportsmen; to procure better fishing and hunting for sportsmen; to obtain respect for, and observance of, the fish and game laws; so far as possible to spread knowledge and understanding of all wild life. The club strives to educate the members and outside community in the sport of hunting, shooting and fishing.

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