FREE STOP THE BLEED CLASS
Stop the bleed classes will be held on February 21, and on March 12 at 7:00pm in the club house. The purpose of this class is to teach interested parties how to stop the bleeding of injured persons. This program was developed after the rise of mass casualty events with the thought that trained bystanders stopping bleeding saves lives. It is a short class on the use of tourniquets and available materials to stop bleeding. The primary instructor, Lisa Edwards is an RN TCRN who works at Island Hospital. There is no charge for the class. Please contact Steve Foster at (369)675-9471 to sign up.
FREE WOMEN’S AR-15 STYLE FIREARM CLASS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC HELD AT CWSA CAMPUS
Sunday, April 25th, 0900-1400
Sunday, June 14th, 0900-1400
This class will be held at CWSA Campus and is designed as an extension of the Women’s Basic Firearm Safety Class. This class centers around the versatile and extremely popular AR-15 style firearm and is taught by husband and wife that are competitive shooters and have attended first rate training themselves on this platform. The course will spend a couple of hours in the classroom learning some history, design, and components of the AR platform. The instruction will then move to the range where students will have an opportunity to shoot .22, 5.56, and 9mm AR type firearms Bring snacks and liquids. Eye and hearing protection are required, and will be available if you don’t have your own. Class size is limited to eight students, and you must register. Contact Dianne or Gary Raster at 360-679-8375 for information or to register.
FREE BASIC WOMEN FIREARM SAFETY COURSE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT CWSA CAMPUS
Saturday, May 30th, 0900-1600
Saturday, June 27th, 0900-1600
This is an introductory class to expose women to the various types of firearms available, stressing the safety issues related to handling of those arms. The morning is spent in a classroom environment where the student will have the chance to learn about revolvers, pistols, rifles and shotguns from two retired law enforcement officers. After a lunch break, the class moves to a range where the staff will perform a couple of demonstrations, then each student will have the opportunity to fire each type of firearm. There will also be time after normal instruction for those with personal firearms to get some input from the instructors on proper use. It is recommended that students bring a sack lunch for there are no fast foods in the area. Also, the course requires eye and hearing protection which the CWSA will loan, but if you have your own, bring it. This class is limited to 16 students per class, and is open to the public, but requires registration. Please contact Bob Clark at 360-929-2167 or Errol Ortego at 360-929-8918 to sign up.
HUNTER EDUCATION COURSES 2020
CWSA WILL HOST THREE COURSES IN 2020
There are no age limits, Attendees 11 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult. Basic understanding of English required.
Registration normally opens 30 day prior to course start date which are;
August 5, 6, 7- 6pm to 9pm; 8th -9am to noon
August 19, 20, 21- 6pm to 9pm; 22nd -9am to noon
September 23, 24, 25 -6pm to 9pm; 26th -9am to noon
Courses are taught by instructors certified by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. NO COST TO ATTENDEES. Each course has four sessions; Wed, Thru, Fri 6pm to 9pm and Sat 9am to noon. Participants must attend all sessions in a course to complete. A written exam at end of classroom sessions. Range time after exam. Attendees may shoot 20ga shotgun and .22 rifle under close supervision. Only WDFW owned firearms may be used. Eye and ear protection required on range. Personal items allowed, club will furnish if needed. Attendees are prohibited from possessing personal firearms or live ammunition during any session.
Registration must be completed online ; Go to” Wdfw.wa.gov/hunting CLICK- Hunting Education and requirements: CLICK- Hunter Education; CLICK- Hunter Education Training; CLICK- Register for Traditional Course; Locate course using zip code 98239; CLICK- Course date desired and follow prompts.
For Additional information contact;
John Boling (360) 969-2440 or Larry Memmer (360)969-2588