About Us

HISTORY

In 1955, Coffee Creek Conservation Club was started by a group of local individuals whose aspiration was to develop a place for the locals to shoot trap. Over the last fifty years, the club has grown significantly in both numbers and activities. Membership enrollment for 2006 surpassed the 500 member mark, and whether it is for the Saturday night trap shoot or Saturday night BINGO, over 250 people visit the club on a weekly basis.

Other regular events include Wednesday evening practice shoots, various holiday shoots, and Tuesday evening shoots for the Jennings County Middle School and Jennings County High School trap teams. In 2006, the club also began conducting monthly Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) registered shoots which were well received by all who participated.

OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

  • President: Roy Green*
  • Vice President: Ron Bowling*
  • Treasurer: Wanda Green
  • Secretary: Elaine Leahigh
  • Directors - Jim Day, Elmer Holman, Mike Huffman, Bill Leahigh & Martha Miller

* Also serves as a director

MEMBERSHIP

Becoming a member of Coffee Creek Conservation Club is worth the $3 annual fee. Members are not only welcome to participate in all of the club's sponsored activities, but they are also elgible for the $50 weekly membership drawing held on Saturdays during the first BINGO intermission.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions regarding Coffee Creek Conservation Club, feel free to contact Roy Green at 812-346-3917.