View Full Version : Appleseed In Eastern KY
July 27, 2008, 03:38 AM
I am looking for a program to work with when I return to CONUS later this year. I am about midway between Ashland and Lexington.
July 27, 2008, 06:10 AM
Currently their is only one Appleseed that I know of in Kentucky scheduled for later this year. Its in Knob Creek, KY from Oct 25-26. Here is a link to the schedule, http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=1043.0. Should be plenty scheduled for 2009 though in Kentucky, they have a pretty good corps of instructers up their. Hope this helps and come back safe.
July 28, 2008, 10:04 AM
There will be one in Cumberland, just a little ways from Harlan, in September.
I would also expect one in Morehead, Ky this FALL as well.
Both of these locations are now "Designated Appleseed Ranges", which is a new effort.
They will both have many Appleseeds throughout the year, with a goal of 8-10 each for 2009.
I have little doubt that we will be finding a new location in the Lexington area as well, if not for Fall 2008, then Spring 2009
July 28, 2008, 09:09 PM
sounds good =]. i live between ashland and morehead, grayson =]
August 1, 2008, 08:41 AM
Well here's the deal. I am building a 75 meter multi purpose range a 200 KD range with six positions (sorry not a pits design, still have to walk), will end up probably building a few tactical trails, tree stand positions etc. This is not going to be a commercial range so don't expect to have boatloads of people there at any one time.
The GOV. decided I shouldn't grow tobacco anymore so I have plenty of bottom land to spare now. I am keyholed by national forest on three sides, closest neighbor is long time family friend, so gun noise is not a big issue.
I should be home in October for a month to do the dozer and grader work. Target arrays are being built and I am building a pretty decent selection of steel.
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