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MUCC Pledge

I give my pledge as an American, to save and faithfully defend

from waste,   the natural 

resources of my country;
its air soil, and minerals;
its forests, waters, and wildlife.

Welcome to the St. Joseph County Conservation & Sportsman Club, Inc.

 

23640 Featherstone Rd, Sturgis, MI 49091

ABOUT: The St. Joseph County Conservation and Sportsman Club, Inc. (SJCCC) was established in 1937 to promote conservation, fishing, hunting, and safe, ethical participation in the shooting sports.  It has a non-profit 501 c (4) tax status. It has no paid employees. The Club is affiliated with MUCC, Michigan United Conservation Clubs

THE FACILITY: The Club totals 182 acres and offers a wide range of amenities.  There are 10 ranges for a variety of shooting opportunities, including trap, skeet, 5-Stand sporting clays, 100 and 200/300-yard rifle ranges, two handgun ranges, Cowboy Action Shooting, a 4-H target archery range, and a 3-D archery course. The Club holds IDPA shoots, cowboy action shoots, muzzleloading shoots, high-power and smallbore rifle shoots, and registered ATA trap shoots.  CPL classes are available. The Club supports youth shooting activities through Hunter Education Safety classes, 4-H Shooting Sports, SCTP & AIM shotgun teams, and a Scholastic Pistol & Rifle (SASP) team. The Clubhouse has ADA Compliant/Handicap Assessible Restrooms. 

NON-PROFIT STATUS: The St. Joseph County Conservation & Sportsman Club has a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization status.  Under this rule, donations to the club are generally not deductible on your individual taxes as charitable contributions.

Jeff Brazo, President