In keeping with the foundation's mission of "outdoor recreation for physically challenged people" they and their family members or close friends enjoy a picnic at the Schultz Shooting Center utilizing the trap, archery or rifle & pistol range. Their own guns or club loaner guns can be used. Lunch and ammunition in .22, 12 or 20 gauge are furnished. This event takes place on a Saturday in late August from 10-3:30.
For more information, please contact John Mitchell at 414-333-4745 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Update from the 2016 event:
Our prayers were answered with a great day in Muskego for the shooting picnic at Schultz Rod & Gun Club. The weather was 1000% better than the forecast from earlier in the week. We used an entire brick of 22 caliber ammunition and we broke over eight cases of clay birds (some with the ground). Some people brought their own guns or bows while others used loaner equipment. The rotisserie chicken (by John Driscol), hamburgers, brats and hot dogs with side dishes and desert was a great feast. The bucket raffle rounded out the festivities. Thanks to the Schuiltz Rod and Gun Club volunteers for making this happen and thanks to our sponsor Independence First. The pictures tell the rest of the story.
Feedback from participants: Just to let you know that yesterday's shooting, (and eating) event was great! It was certainly worth the drive from Green Bay. The shooting club members were sure nice folk as well as all the other volunteers. Thanks Kim for the impromptu donation! John (the other one). Glad to be there to meet the people and help out. Very well organized and good to see the visitors have such great time. I have the flyers you gave to me, and will share with our Recreational Therapist – Thanks Again, Kris Thank you and Mary for organizing the picnic. We all had a great time, and again I appreciated the guys at the trap line teaching the boys. Remember the boys and I if you ever need a hand, they are always willing to help. Is there someone particular at Schulz that I can send a thank you to? Thanks John had a great day.