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**Attention all Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel**
The Eagle Creek Conservation Club will be hosting a pancake breakfast on Saturday, November 11th, 2017, to show our gratitude and appreciation for your service. The breakfast will run from 7:30am to 11am at our clubhouse located at 5525 Eagle Creek Road, Leavittsburg, Ohio 44430. The breakfast is FREE and open to all Veterans, Active Duty Personnel, their spouses and minor children. There will also be free giveaways and raffles for all of our Service Members. You must be present to register but not to win. For questions call Chris Cummings at (330) 283-5209 or email us email@example.com
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Eagle Creek Conservation Club will host its annual youth pheasant hunt on November 4th, 2017, at 9am. The event is free and open to all youth ages 17 and under. The hunt will be held at 3806 State Route 82, Newton Falls, Ohio. All youth must be accompanied by an adult. All hunters will have the opportunity to shoot clay pigeons prior to the hunt to sharpen their skills. Bring your shotgun, shells (6 shot recommended), boots, and hunter orange clothing. Come out and have some fun.
Eagle Creek Conservation Club now has a Facebook group. Join today to stay informed about all of our upcoming events. Easily share info with all of your Facebook friends. Those joining the group will also be able to post outdoor related information. All post will be mediated. No posting of political, religious, or adult oriented material. No posting of private items for sale. Strictly for the sharing of outdoor related info, club info, or those great pictures of your or your child’s latest trophy. Join today and stay informed.
The Eagle Creek Conservation Club of Leavittsburg, Ohio, was formed in 2009 by the merger of the Leavittsburg Fish & Game Association and the Newton Falls Sportsmen’s Club. Each club had a long and rich tradition of outdoor activities and community involvement. The merger insured that the new club would enjoy a strengthened position throughout the years to come.
The objectives of our club are:
*To encourage the youth in hunting, fishing, trapping, conservation, and other open air sports.
*The protection and propagation of all wildlife.
*The stimulation of open air sports and amusements.
*The enforcement of those laws enacted to protect wildlife and the rights of the landowner.
*To aid in the promotion of fraternal spirit between those who use the woods, fields, and streams.
*The general sharing of useful information.
*Securing legislation toward furthering the above objectives.
Our members do not fall into any one group of fisherman, hunters, or trappers. Instead they fit into one large group of conservationist and harvesters.