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Welcome to Silver Creek Conservation Club!




Proposed bylaws that were to be voted on at the September meeting were tabled, per majority membership vote, on 9/14/15.

A copy of the proposed bylaws is available for membership review under the “Become a Member” section of the website.  The file is now a PDF, so it should be accessible by anyone via Adobe Reader.

Based on membership feedback during discussion of the bylaws, the Bylaws Committee is accepting any and all recommendations for changes to the proposed bylaws through Wednesday Sept. 30, 2015.  All requests/recommendations need to be submitted in writing.  Please send your suggestions along with your contact information (if more information/clarification is needed) to the following email:

Members can also deposit their suggestions for bylaws changes in the Waiver Box on the front of the club house or mail them to SCCC P.O. Box 276 Sellersburg, Indiana 47172


The SCCC Family Picnic was held on Saturday, the 29th. We had a great turn out with lots of great food and deserts.



Special thanks to the following that helped out to put it on-

Lori and Dennis Bower, Bruce Bower and Amy Jenkins, Jim and Sharon Kennedy and Tim and Renea Nein.

Also a big thank you to Hitek Firearms for the donations to the raffle table.


Changes to Tuesday Night Practice

Starting tomorrow, June 9, 2015, Tuesday Night Practice will move to one night a month. This change is made because of other commitments and duties by the Board Member that runs it. The new day is the 2nd Tuesday of the month, weather permitting. We will start at the same time, 5pm and will continue until everyone is finished or it get’s too dark. Same price, $5 a shooter. We will also have 2 stages, larger ones, just like a 2 USPSA style stages.

Thanks for all your support.



Tuesday Night Practice.

Thinking of trying, IDPA, USPSA or organized shooting? We will resume the Tuesday Night Practice on March 17th. Start time will be around 4 or 4:30, if there are shooters ready to start. Cost is $5 a shooter and proceeds will go to the club for targets and pasters. Cost is for one run and if all other shooters have gone, then you can run it again. One “stage” for right now, round count about 20 rounds.

This is an excellent opportunity for those that have been interested in finding out what IDPA, USPSA or any type of organized shooting events are like, without the pressure of a match setting.

As always, we are a cold range. Firearms are not to be loaded until the command is given by the Range Officer. You will need a quality holster, one magazine pouch, belt, handgun and the appropriate magazines/speedloaders.



We are not currently accepting any new applications at this time. Please check back often and we will put up an announcement when we know we can accept new members. Thank you, SCCC Board and Officers


SCCC to again host the Indiana State USPSA Match

We are proud to announce that Silver Creek Conservation Club will once again host the Indiana USPSA Section match, titled The “Indiana 400” Match, September 11th through the 13th. SCCC held this match last year and it was a huge success. So far there are 321 registered shooters for this match and the match is still 6 months away! We will be needing volunteers to help with set up and running the match. Please remember that this match helps the club in raising funds as well as awareness to the shooting sports. Last year we had a very positive story on WDRB that was very pro-gun and presented the club in a very positive light. More info about the match can be found at


To all members and guests

Please remember to clean up after you are done shooting. Place all target stands and sticks at the back the bay and place any unwanted targets in the burn barrels. Vision barriers, barrels and spools are not targets and are not to be shot.

The club needs your help in keeping it clean.

Please report any unsafe behavior to any club Officer. If possible, please get a license plate number and a detailed description of the vehicle and the person or persons acting in a unsafe manner.