Welcome to the South Berwick Rod & Gun Association's website.
TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR MEMBERS TO SELL NOW
SBRGA Members... Tickets for this year's 30 Gun raffle are available now. This is our big annual fundraiser. Contact Genie at and she'll get you set up. Remember, if you sign tickets out to sell - these tickets are like cash. You are responsible for either returning the tickets by the specified date or submitting $30 for each ticket signed out.
A new club newsletter has been posted.
The next Monthly Club Meeting is Tuesday, August 26th.
Meetings take place in the clubhouse on the 4th Tuesday of every month and begin at 7:30pm. All members are encouraged to attend.
Sorry, no new memberships are available at this time.
All members need to attend a Safety Orientation before receiving
their membership and gate cards.
This is a volunteer run club. Members are requested to volunteer at a work party or other event at least once a year.
Are you a member of the NRA?
Please click here and join or renew online through our club affiliation to save $10. You can also join during our monthly meetings or during any Thursday trap shoot - just ask for our NRA rep, Lois.
Show your club pride with a SBRGA logo'd t-shirt. We have assorted colors and sizes for both men and women. Available for sale during public trap sessions in the trap house and at monthly meetings. $15. each.
Use the menu at left to navigate this website. You'll likely find answers to all of your questions. If you cannot find the assistance you need, please use our contact form to reach the appropriate contact. In addition, be sure to check the club calendar and our facebook page for special events, range closure notices, etc.
As all of you reloaders know, most powder types are in very short supply. While there is no magic answer, this website, Gunbot.net, might be worth keeping an eye on. They keep fairly accurate status of stock at multiple suppliers.
One of our own needs help and would never ask himself, so we're asking...
Many of you know Lenny. He keeps us up to date with Boy Scout Troop 338 at our monthly meetings and is always there to volunteer his time to help the club. He's one of those people who is always stepping up to help anyone and everyone.
Unfortunately, Lenny has met with a series of bad situations. He was recently laid off without warning from the job he's had for over 12 years. Shortly after that he began to have some belly pains. In true Lenny fashion he held off going to the doctor until after he had fulfilled his promise to sit on a Scout's Eagle rank Board of Review. The next morning he was taken to the emergency room where they discovered that he had an abscess in his abdomen that required almost 2 weeks in the hospital, emergency surgery, and follow-up surgery in a couple of months.
Please click here to help. Lenny needs help with his medical bills, his house payment, his car, etc. Thank you all in advance!