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We will not have a January General Membership Meeting in person due to Covid-19 EO’s prohibiting gatherings or on Zoom due to so little activity in December at the Club.

Covid-19- Basically inside buildings or inside ranges are again open with restrictions.  Social distancing, Masks Required, no food or beverages served or passed around and no gatherings of any kind.   Obviously the DSC Club House remains closed.


All education classes and cpl practices are on hold until the Governors orders change.

Also, the DSC office will be closing at 4pm on Wednesdays. We do have a mail slot (drop box) on the east door of the office.


Due to the Governor’s new health mandate we are shutting down junior rifle and pistol thru the end of the year.  Tentatively we plan on restarting Friday  Jan. 8, depending on state orders at that time.


Corey Salo

Detroit Sportsmen’s Congress


With the latest EO from Governor Whitmer and keeping with the intent of the EO and concern for the health and safety of our employees, volunteers, members and guests the following will be in effect until December 8th or superseded by a new EO. 

Mask Mandate:  Masks will be worn by all who are on DSC property, everywhere indoors or outdoors.

Those not wearing a mask will be asked to leave and will be denied any service.

If you cannot or won’t wear a mask, stay home or go to another Club not adhering to the EO.

Clubhouse:  The Clubhouse will be closed until at least December 8th.

Indoor Activities:  All indoor activities are closed to include open shooting, leagues, meetings, and gatherings.

All meetings should be conducted virtually.  Skeet, Trap, and Sporting Clays buildings will be open with limited access.

Outdoor Activities: Allowed but masks and social distancing must be practiced. Entering the Range or Sporting Clays Buildings will be to pay for your rounds, stage your equipment, but no loitering or gathering is permitted.  Pro shop purchases are still allowed.

We are exploring the possibility of limited Jr. and Sr. Educational programs but that may not be possible either.

Recognize that the number of cases of Covid-19 is rapidly exceeding the ability and capacity of our health care systems.  The EO also has established fines for both businesses and individuals that are found to be in violation.

Your complete co-operation is requested.  Please get this information out to as many as possible using our DSC WEB and Facebook.


Bob Savo, President

Detroit Sportsmen’s Congress


Employee Needed

We have need of an assistant Range Safety Office 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.