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MDHHS Epidemic order
effective March 5 through April 19

Recreation and entertainment

The following recreation and entertainment venues are open for enjoyment by individuals or groups of up to 25 persons: auditoriums; arenas; cinemas; concert halls; performance venues; sporting venues;
stadiums; theaters; archery ranges; amusement parks; arcades; bingo halls; bowling alleys; gun ranges; laser tag; and trampoline parks.
• Indoor Facilities: must not exceed 50% of the limits established by the fire marshal, and must not exceed an overall total of 300 people.
• Outdoor Facilities: must not exceed 50% of the limits established by the fire marshal (if applicable), and must not exceed an overall total of 1000 people.
• Everyone must wear a face mask at all times, unless eating or drinking while seated in a designated area.
• Consumption of food or beverages is permitted only while seated in a designated area with a group of no more than 6 people.
• Groups must be spaced 6 feet apart.
• Large Indoor Stadiums/Arenas: up to 375 patrons for large venues with a seating capacity up to 10,000 seats, and up to 750 patrons for large venues with a seating capacity up to 10,000 seats

Food service
• Indoor dining at restaurants and bars is permitted up to 50% normal seating capacity or 100 persons, whichever is less.
• Dining is only allowed until 11 p.m. and in designated dining areas where patrons are seated, groups of patrons do not exceed 6 people at a table, and each table is separated by at least 6 feet. This includes dining inside most covered patios, balconies, tents, and other structures, unless they are mostly open to the air. See the Outdoor Seating Infographic for more details.
• Food service for takeout and delivery is permitted.
• Outdoor dining is permitted so long as no more than 6 persons are seated at each table and tables are spaced 6 feet apart.
• Dining in an igloo, hut, or small tent is permitted so long as there is only one group inside


Employee Needed – Assistant Range Safety Officer

We have need of an assistant Range Safety Officer for Skeet & Trap.  Person must be at least 18 years old, able to perform light physical duties and have no restrictions from being around firearms.

Some specific duties would be:

General observations that all Safety / Covid-19 rules are followed on the fields and in the building

Assure the skeet and trap houses are open and ready for customers

Keep the machines filled with birds

Assist new shooters with machine operation

Help with keeping the fields and buildings clean and orderly

At the end of the day secure the fields

Any other duties as required by the Skeet & Trap Range Manager

Please contact the DSC Office or see Rick T at the Range Building to further inquire or apply for the job.

Bonnie Palmer & Bob Savo

Please note:

Until a range officer is hired, skeet & trap will close Wed-Thurs at 7pm with the last board going out at 6:15.

Bonnie Palmer

Operations Manager

Detroit Sportsmen’s Congress

The Detroit Sportsmen's Congress (DSC) was founded in Detroit Michigan in 1936 for the purpose of promoting better hunting and fishing within the state.