2023 Membership Renewals

Notifications are going out for 2023 Membership Renewals, both email and USPS. Please read your bill carefully to understand and double-check the amount you owe for your dues.

Dues are due by January 31st, either postmarked or paid online. Online payments can be made at http://lowellsc.org/about/join-renew-online/.

If you have any questions, please contact Membership Secretary Darlene Parker at membership@lowellsc.org.

Ruger 10/22 Fun Shoot – Oct. 22, 2022

Come celebrate your Ruger 10/22 on October 22nd (that’s 10/22 – get it?)! This will be a casual and fun event, with competitions for both open sights and scoped rifles. Entrance fee is $20, and prizes will be awarded to the top shooters. Experienced and new shooters welcome – we just want to get out and have fun with our 10/22s.

Boundary Walk – Oct. 16, 9am

Get to know the club’s property – and some fellow members – with a scenic walk around the boundary line. Learn our history while being guided and entertained with stories by a long-time member. All members are welcome (kids and dogs too) – and bring your camera!

Annual Open House – Sep. 24, 2022

The Lowell Sportsmen’s Club in North Chelmsford is holding its annual Open House on Saturday, September 24th, from 12pm-4pm. This is a free event with activities for the entire family.

Highlights of the day include a live reptile show, Colonial reenactors, and firearms safety talks. Members the MA National Guard, Chelmsford Police and Fire, and Middlesex County Sheriffs will be on hand to demonstrate their equipment and talk about their role in the community.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to learn about and try a variety of shooting sports, including trap, skeet, blackpowder, high power rifle, and .22 and air gun plinking. Instructors will be available on the archery range and fishing pond to help improve your skills.

Free hamburgers and hotdogs will be served from the snack shack. Stop by the Welcome Tent to reserve your helicopter ride time or for information on membership, firearms safety, and other club information. The Lowell Sportsmen’s Club is located at 50 Swain Road, North Chelmsford, MA 01863.

The Lowell Sportsmen’s Club was formed in 1913 in downtown Lowell, and is one of New England’s oldest! The club is currently located on 70+ acres in North Chelmsford, MA.

Men, women, and junior club members – experienced and novices alike – enjoy participating in a variety of activities available at LSC. The club offers competitive and recreational trap, skeet, archery, pistol, rifle, and blackpowder ranges, fishing ponds, and facilities for camping, canoeing, and hiking. Our social events calendar is always busy – we host many family-friendly functions throughout the year, including events open to the public.

Training Coordinator position is open

The LSC is looking for a Training Coordinator for the club.

The responsibilities of the Training Committee are to:
1. Conduct regularly scheduled basic firearms training classes
2. Work to continuously improve basic firearms training
3. Identify and present other training events that meet the needs and desires of the membership

The Training Coordinator will plan, coordinate and help run our monthly Home Firearms Safety Course as well as other courses as needed.

To express interest please contact training@lowellsc.org

LSC on Chronicle WCVB-TV

In case you missed it, the Lowell Sportsmen’s Club was featured on a recent segment of Chronicle on WCVB-TV Channel 5. It’s now available to watch online, after originally airing Monday night, December 14, 2020 at 7:30pm.

The show covers stress-busting during the pandemic, and came to the Lowell Sportsmen’s Club to highlight trap and skeet shooting. As we members know, shooting in general is a great way to relax and have fun with friends, but breaking clays adds extra satisfaction.

2020 has been a long year, and although a vaccine is almost here for all of us, everyone still needs ways to safely get out of the house and get your mind off of things for awhile. Trap shooters are naturally distanced by the shooting stations, outdoors in the fresh air, and smiling more and more with each broken clay.

Members of the club hosted Chronicle producers, explained how trap and skeet are played, and coached them through breaking some targets. Be sure to watch the episode – and get down to the club on Sundays at 1pm or Wednesdays at 10:30am and shoot!

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