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The North Central Division will be holding their meeting at St. Marys Sportsmen's Club on February 6th at 1pm.
We have some very important issues to address and all are encouraged and invited to attend! Invite and directions are posted below!

Dear fellow outdoor enthusiast,
Now more than ever Pennsylvania’s sportsmen and women need to join forces to preserve, promote and protect our Outdoor Heritage of Hunting, Trapping, Angling, Boating and the Shooting Sports, which our Natural Resources afford us the opportunity to enjoy. Daily, even hourly, we are fighting battles to conserve our natural resources and sporting traditions so that all citizens of the Commonwealth are able to enjoy these for generations to come.
I am writing you this letter today to invite you to attend the North Central Division Meeting of the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs on February the 6th to discuss these current issues and battles that are so important to our heritage (meeting details below). The PFSC is one of the oldest and the largest sportsmen's organizations in Pennsylvania and works daily to provide the voice of sportsmen and conservationists to our political leaders in the Capitol.
It is critical that we, as sportsmen and conservationists are as active, involved, and united as possible so that we are able to make educated and informed decisions as to the future of our heritage. It is up to us to educate the public and preserve our natural resources and sporting traditions so that we are then able to preserve our heritage in light of relentless and increasing threats to our environment, 2nd amendment rights, and hunting and trapping traditions. To continue to be successful in these battles we need all sportsmen and conservationists that care about the future of our natural resources and heritage to become active and involved in what they believe in.
I hope that you will attend on February the 6th, make your individual voices heard so that collectively, the voice of the PFSC will resonate through the halls of the Capitol in a united effort to conserve the environment and preserve traditions that we all cherish for generations to come.
Yours in Conservation,
Devin DeMario
Chairman, North Central Division of the PFSC
[email protected]



Directions to St. Marys Sportsmen's Club

The club is located on the Glen Hazel Road approximately 4 miles north of St. Marys. Depending on the route you use coming into St. Marys, you can select from the following directions:

Route 120 East from Ridgway – when you reach the traffic light at the intersection of Route 120 and South St. Marys Street, turn left, follow Route 120 East for 2 blocks (use the left lane of traffic), turn right and travel one block, turn left (crossing the railroad tracks) onto Route 255 North, travel one block and bear to the right at the Diamond theater continuing straight up the hill. Stay on that road for about 4 miles. The Sportsmen’s club will be on your left.

Route 120 West from Emporium – as you enter St. Marys you turn right at the 2nd traffic light, continue a few blocks, cross the railroad tracks, travel one block and bear to the right at the Diamond theater continuing straight up the hill. Stay on that road for about 4 miles. The Sportsmen’s club will be on your left.

Route 255 North from DuBois – you will enter St. Marys on the 4-lane highway, travel in to the center of town until you come to a “right turn only” intersection, turn right and travel one block, turn left (crossing the railroad tracks), travel one block and bear to the right at the Diamond theater continuing straight up the hill. Stay on that road for about 4 miles. The Sportsmen’s club will be on your left.

Route 255 South from Johnsonburg – when you enter St. Marys stay on Route 255 until you reach a set of railroad tracks, turn left as you cross the tracks, travel one block, turn left again (crossing the railroad tracks again) onto Route 255 North, travel one block and bear to the right at the Diamond theater continuing straight up the hill. Stay on that road for about 4 miles. The Sportsmen’s club will be on your left.


We hope to see you all there!!!!
 

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good luck with the meeting Dev!
 

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