Norway-Paris Fish & Game Assn., Inc.

Non-profit (501)(c)(3)

What's happening at our club.....

March Happenings 


This is a fun meeting, March 18th at 6:30, because we will be awarding the trophies, prizes and cash to our Ice Fishing Derby winners! The little kids, especially, are really proud of their big catches, and the adults are pretty pleased too. As usual, we will enjoy one of the best pot luck suppers anywhere, and desserts that are truly amazing. Bring a hungry friend.

Sink your teeth into this: there will be a CHILI/CHOWDER COOK OFF on Saturday the 7th. People will bring in their favorite chili and/or chowder, which will be given a number, folks for $5.00 will buy a ticket to sample all of the offerings and vote for those they liked best. Festivities will begin at 11 AM at our clubhouse, accessible by either car or snow mobile. Please contact Cindy at 485-6347 for information or to register. Don’t hide your great recipes under a basket, let us all have a taste and then enjoy the bragging rights!

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Our very first CHILI & CHOWDER COOKOFF  held  was a huge success! We had 5 chowders and 8 chili dishes at the Cookoff. Chilis ranged from mild to hot and included dishes like buffalo chili, wild turkey chili, chili with Carolina Reaper peppers, etc. Some of the chowders were fish chowder, seafood chowder, landlocked salmon chowder, and two corn chowders. THEY WERE ALL SIMPLY GREAT. Food TV eat your heart out. (Maybe they will be on an upcoming show!)

Winners were:
             Seafood Chowder by Jane Jones and Marguerite Alberi
             Chili was a tieDeb Schilling with her wild turkey chili, and Chris Patch with a mild chili                 were winners.
We had all the condiments, bread and rolls, and wonderful desserts. It was a great event and we can’t wait to do it again! Thanks to all who cooked and ate and supported the club!!!

Refuse to be a Victim” is a FREE class that will be run in our clubhouse on March 15th, from 1 PM until 5 PM. This highly touted NRA program teaches attendees how to protect themselves in many aspects of daily life.  Today, thousands of federal, state and local law enforcement officials and civilians from across the nation utilize this popular program in their crime prevention and community policing initiatives to help protect their communities. The Refuse To Be A Victim program is not a firearms or self-defense class. It is a seminar that will help you improve your personal safety strategies and will provide you with valuable information that you can apply in every area of your life. All materials and lite refreshments will be provided. The class is limited to 20 persons. This was a VERY popular program we ran in October. To register, email Debby Schilling at

The ranges are plowed all winter, so you have no reason to leave your guns to languish in your gunsafe!

It’s that time of year again, when dues can be paid for 2020. You can do so at the meeting, and if your information is the same, you do NOT have to fill our a new membership application. Just hand Jamie Robinson $45.00 for a regular membership, or $25.00 if you are a veteran. For more membership categories, go to the “Join” page.

Don’t forget, trap is shot several days each week on our beautiful, new, technically advanced range, depending upon weather. To learn when  trap is going to be shot, send an email to  and you will be notified by email when to bring your shotgun to the range.

Speaking about TRAP, keep track of what’s happening there on our new FACEBOOK PAGE. You’ll find it at

Our 2020 GUN RAFFLE is now underway. We’ve got some new, high quality long guns and handguns this year, and you can see them below. As always, we sell fewer than 2000 tickets, and you have ten chances to win, for $5.00 per ticket. You can purchase tickets at FINE LINE GUN SHOP in Poland, LAKE REGION AWARDS in Norway, RECORD LUMBER in Oxford (ask for DALE), and DOE’S GENERAL STORE in South Paris. More places to come!