Key Cities Conservation Club  
The purpose of this corporation is: To create a fraternal spirit among sportsmen and sportswomen, harmonize their interests, unify their action, and solidify them into an association working toward definite ends; specifically the propagation and conservation of game and fish and the equitable harvesting of the surplus, and to plan and carry out projects to create an abundance of wildlife, to hold events with an emphasis on education for adults and children in shooting, archery, angling, casting, conservation and such other activities as the board of directors may deem proper, obedience for the game and fish laws of this state and the United States.

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"It sure is a nice club. We met several members, and we couldn't ask for a nicer bunch."
-New members, Pam and Roger Barnlund

Chilly Chili Trap Shoot (members only)

4th annual "Chilly Chili" chili contest/trap shoot will by held Saturday March 24th (that's why it's called "Chilly" (insert smiley face here)) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Bring your best chili and whatever else you wish to share. Each chili entry will be numbered and "votes" will be tallied for the best one. 1st prize is "Huge Braggin' rights". 

"Open" style trap shooting to be offered for those that want to brave the weather (No, you don't have to shoot if you don't want to). $5.00/rd. Check/credit card or punch card only please (no cash). Punch cards will be available for sale ($50 for 11 punches). Any questions, email


Unfortunately, we will NOT be hosting a Youth Day this year. This is due to the inability to obtain enough volunteers not only to help on the actual day itself, but to actually participate in organizing (scheduling vendors, service providers, etc.) and making preparations for the event. This also left us short of people to provide adequate traffic safety, and have enough people to relieve the few volunteers that made the commitment, who were "stuck" at their assigned duties all day. This may not be the case next year if we have any member that wants to volunteer to actually chair the Youth Day committee and continue this event. 

Please contact us if you would be interested.

P.S. We are contemplating having a smaller members only (perhaps with invited guests) get together/picnic later this summer. If we get enough volunteers to organize this, we'll post it on our website and on our FaceBook page. 

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Carry Classes

Carry Classes are being offered by River Valley Training at the club. Please contact Rick Bruels at for more information. Times and dates have been posted on the KCCC website calendar.

Our New Roof

A big thank you to Ron Geppert, Mike Wiebold, Steve Peterson & Brad Heilman for installing the new roof on the shotgun range.
Steve & Brad are not pictured below.

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