• To introduce, educate and promote to the young and novice alike the safe and ethical traditions of hunting, fishing, trapping and shooting.
• To support any and all other like minded organizations in preserving and promoting our traditional rights.
• To protect our traditional rights of hunting, fishing, trapping and shooting by monitoring and lobbying our elected legislative officials on issues important to the sportsmen and women of the state of Vermont.
Would you like to support the construction of the Williamstown Fish & Game Club Clubhouse? By completing and submitting this form, I am expressing my desire to purchase shares at a cost of $100 each, to support the construction of a Williamstown Fish & Game Club clubhouse. I understand that as the Club’s financial resources permit, reimbursement will be offered to me. I further understand that reimbursement will be offered in the order in which shares were purchased and payment was received.
April 10, 2019
I am very excited and proud to be posting this. We have finally made some MAJOR improvements on the clubhouse! Just a few short weeks ago the interior of the clubhouse was nothing more than some old insulation, and bare framing with some wires strategically placed. As of today the ceiling is completely sheetrocked and insulated! PEX tubing has run from the utility closet over to the kitchen area. The insulation on the walls is all new and not mouse infested and has been wrapped in Poly to help keep it where it needs to be.
I could not be more proud to be a part of an organization that is growing by leaps and bounds!
All of this could not have been accomplished without the help of every single one of you! The physical work was completed by Scott, Ryan, and Mark McCarthy, Marion and Steve Gray, Dave and Davey Wilder, Adam Miller, Mark Bordonaro, a club member named Dennis who I am ashamed to say I did not catch his last name, and myself. Over the course of a couple of weekends there has been a huge transformation in the look and feel of the clubhouse. The timing could have not been better with a Hunter Safety Course this Saturday to test out the new and improved building.