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Thanks to those who participated in BBB's 2019 Indoor 18M Target Round competition that happened Feb 2, 2019. Results are in!

2019 Indoor MailMatch is over! Watch for this opportunity again in January 2020. Find information on our Competitions page.

The 2019 - 2020 Season schedule has been set. Our membership rates will be set later in the summer. Our Schedule/Membership page has all the details.

BBB Executive Board
President - Sarah W
VP - Fran M
Secretary - Tracey H
Treasurer - Val H
Past President - Deb C

Read all the past news on our News page.

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2019 year end Windup

As always, BBB will host a windup at our last shoot for the season - this year, our windup is on April 26, 2019. The evening will be a mix of shooting, eating, and having fun! Remember, we will be in the back range.

We invite our members to participate by bringing something for our potluck. A number of our members also have food allergies, including life threatening allergies, so we ask your consideration when preparing your food. If you have food allergies, please advise us so we can add that to our list. We want to ensure that everyone can enjoy the evening without any issues.

This is a life-threatening allergy... DO NOT BRING fin fish, shell fish! This includes highly processed fish products such as Kosher Gelatin in marshmallows, worcestershire sauce, caesar dressing, and clamato juice.

Other non-life threatening allergies include: (if you bring foods that contain these items, please advise the group so those with these allergies can select other dishes)

Gluten *
Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
Tree Nuts
Mint/Mint Oil and Wintermint

* If you are bringing something that does not include gluten but is prepared in/with any dishes that have been used with gluten before, it is very important to only use stainless steel or ceramic utensils and pans. If using glass baking dishes, they need to be cleaned with steel wool first. Plastic, silicon and wood utensils/cutting boards absorb gluten and scratches in non-stick pans are impossible to clean gluten out of. Parchment paper can save the day. No one is questioning your ability to wash dishes. There is no way to clean gluten out, once it is in. 

If you have an allergy to add to this list, send it by email.