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Nolalu Range Improvement Projects, pictures and text, during a particular year can be seen on the individual year pages above, but for your convenience several years of such projects have also been gathered together here on a summary webpage.
NOSA Members' Adventures and Hunts are similarly reported in each year's activities, but prior years have also been gathered here in a summary webpage.
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Spelling of Names. We try hard to spell folks' names correctly but errors can creep in. Please advise any corrections needed.
2022 has also commenced with the continued uncertainty as to how the pandemic is progressing and how the Ontario Government consequently places various changing restrictions on the population (and our ability to target shoot on our ranges) from limiting the number of participants in buildings to a complete lock down where folks had to stay in their homes except when on essential tasks.
On 05 January 2022 a fourth wave of viral outbreaks in Ontario resulted in a new government lockdown and all NOSA shooting indoors at the Fish & Game Ranges was halted until further notice.
Indoor ranges were back in opertion starting 31 January 2022; consequently Juniors recommenced effective Wednesday 02 February and Adults on Friday 04 February.
1st -- Ocean O.
2nd -- Sky O.
3rd -- PJ L.
Most Improved -- Maria F.
Mystery Prize (Outdoor Women's Donation) -- Liam C.
This fun shoot was followed by delicious pizzas.
NOSA paired up with our very own Jordan R. (The Outdoor Woman) in holding a ladies' night/competition on Friday 6 May from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
There was no charge for this special event to give ladies and their children an opportunity to try the sport of safely shooting .22 rimfire rifles and hand guns -- under the direct supervision of Range Officers.
For this special event moms could bring their children ages 7 and up. There were prizes, snacks, and a whole lot of fun.
NOSA very much appreciates the strong turnout of member volunteers to assist these novice shooters in safely having fun. We also appreciate the support of organizations that provided prizes; their names were prominently displayed in the Club House.
Every year we feature some of the members' photos of their recent outdoor adventures -- sometimes from their hunts, but mostly candid photos of wildlife and scenery that they have encountered and enjoyed while just observing through a camera lens. We're looking forward to seeing some new photos.
NOSA Member Photo Submissions. It helps me here if photographs submitted are mostly under 6 Megabytes in file size, but larger will still be okay. Note: special pictures like group shots or panoramas often turn out better if processing here begins with an even larger file size.
If you have access to a photo software program, the first editing step (always) is to make a copy with a new name to work on. [Keep the original file safe and untouched!] Crop the copy photo to get rid of unnecessary background. Then fix light levels. Finally save as a jpg file. Free programs that can improve photos and resize them include: Paint.NET (for Windows) which is simple to use and has many useful features; another very capable free choice is GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program, that is available for Windows, Apple, or Linux operating systems.
If you are not comfortable using photo programs, just email a copy of the picture just as it came out of the digital camera and I'll do any adjustments needed here. If you use a film camera and paper prints, loan me a print and I'll scan it for the website.
Email your pix as attachments to:
but first change the xxxx into the usual email symbol.
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