Author Topic: Patriot's day in Talladega?  (Read 54 times)

Offline motorcycle_dan

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Patriot's day in Talladega?
« on: October 29, 2021, 06:51:16 AM »
It is fall and time to start planning family outings this spring.  I've completed many different appleseed events and learn a bit with each one.  Hands down the best appleseed I've ever attended was my first at the CMP marksmanship park in Talladega.   I looked on the schedule and they don't have one scheduled over Patriots weekend.  Is it just not posted yet or not going to happen in 2022?
There was an instructor at that first appleseed Name?  I think he was a chief instructor certifying others.  Maximum ordinate was his forum name or something similar.  Is he still in the Appleseed business?
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Re: Patriot's day in Talladega?
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2021, 01:16:46 PM »
Maximum Ordinate is indeed still in the Appleseed business.    :)

Most states are in the middle of negotiating with different ranges in clubs for 2022 scheduling. Your specific question is probably better answered by the AL state coordinator, who would be taking lead on scheduling efforts down there.  Send a note to Mixed Metaphor and he can probably push you in the correct direction.

CMP Talladega is indeed awesome, and I look forward to getting ther myself one day.
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