ISCA President's Year End Message


ISCA Members,


The competitive sporting clays season is winding down as we come toward the end of the year, but I want to remind everyone that we have two more opportunities to get out and shoot in Indiana. Both of the remaining events are currently on iClays at http://www.iclays.com/cgi-bin/public_tournament_list.cgi and the ISCA website at www.indianasportingclays.com.


Indian Creek hosted the Fall Classic event this past weekend October 16-18. This was part of a Superfecta with added money for purses, including two clubs from Indiana (The Farm, Indian Creek) and three clubs from Kentucky (Jefferson Gun Club, Elk Creek, Bluegrass Sporting Clays). Please contact Indian Creek or The Farm for more details.


HCIWLA has added the HCIWLA Fall FITASC and Sporting event on November 7th and it is one of the few opportunities to experience FITASC in Indiana. A 50 bird FITASC will be featured at this event with 50 bird Sporting and Super Sporting side events. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in learning FITASC for the first time or, as an experienced shooter, to improve your skills.


The November Fun Shoot at Indian Creek is the final event of the year and will be held November 13-15. Remember, this is an opportunity to experience this facility in preparation for the 2021 State Championship at Indian Creek.


I know this year has been challenging but I hope all of you have had the opportunity to get out and shoot. You can


visit the ISCA Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/2103167083062379/ for news and posts by fellow members. You can also see the up-to-date shoot schedule on the ISCA website at www.indianasportingclays.com. Please contact your local clubs or the ISCA if you have any questions.


I have enjoyed shooting will all of you this year and look forward to 2021.

Kyle Norman President Indiana Sporting Clays Association

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