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Northeast Regional IBC!

Started by VietVet, March 20, 2023, 05:13:32 PM

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               Northeast Regional IBC!


WHERE: Harvard, MA - Harvard Sportsmen's Club
                                       250 Littleton County Rd, Harvard, MA

WEBSITE: https://www.harvardsportsmensclub.com/
                     

WHEN:   May 20 & 21, 2023

RANGE FEE: None


What is an IBC?
  An IBC is a weekend of interactive classwork (indoors, all weekend), where all instructors will get plenty of hands-on instruction and mentoring, while building friendships and camaraderie.   You shouldn't have any fear/trepidation about attending.  Bring the skills you have, and be ready to learn.  You WILL learn a lot, and have fun.  Even (ESPECIALLY!) if it's been awhile since you've attended an event.



Blue Hats - get to know the instructor corps, see what goes on "behind the scenes", learn how to help run a safe event, learn/practice the points of instruction and history in case you might want to change your hat color in the future.  We want you doing POIs, breakouts, troubleshooting - everything!

Orange Hats - this is a great way to get a leg up for 2023.  You'll have ample opportunities to practice and polish your points of instruction, safety, and History skills.

Red Hats - we need you!  Our ideal ratio is 1 Red Hat for every 2 Orange Hats.  Plus, this event will help to shake out the winter cobwebs that may have grown on your perishable skills.

Shoot Bosses -  ALL Shoot Bosses should be at this event.  This may be the only time we have such a large gathering of our cadre, and it's a great opportunity to make friends, build our team and relationships, and mentor.


Camping Available:


Not on site.

Hotels:

Several on rt. 2 and 495. Check your favorite hotel website.

Directions:

Take I-495 (in Massachusets) to Route 2 west. Immediately take exit 39. Turn left at the end of the ramp onto Taylor St. Take your first left onto Porter Rd. and follow it to the end. At the end of Porter Rd., turn left onto Whitcomb Ave. (Whitcomb Ave. becomes Littleton County Road). After 1.3 miles, look for a driveway on the left side (small sign, dirt road, easy to miss). If you reach Old Schoolhouse Hill Rd. or Cleaves Hill Rd., you've gone too far.

GPS: 42.515389,-71.532492


What should you bring?  Well, in addition to your personal items for spending an overnight, please bring:
•   A teachable attitude.
•   Any teaching materials you normally bring to an AS
•   The instructor manual
•   A notebook or pad of paper and pens/pencils
•   A dummy rifle, if you have one
•   Your copy of Paul Revere's Ride


BOARDER RAIDERS ARE VERY WELCOMED TO ATTEND. We'd love to have you join us.

REGISTRATION LINK:

     https://appleseedinfo.org/location/?locationid=205&eventid=8978
                                  OUR
FOREFATHERS WOULD BE SHOOTING BY NOW!