MEETINGS ON THE 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH - 7PM at

Silver Dollar Restaurant

422 E. Mississippi Ave, Elwood, IL  60421


This Month's Meeting

 
  This months speaker will be Mr Jim Dodge. Mr Dodge is a running for treasure for the state of IL as a republican.  And, as always...don't forget to bring a friend! 


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 Gun Giveaway

 

  Will County ISRA member, Lawrence E Hanson was the name drawn for the WCGR April Gun Giveaway, regretfully Lawrence was not present so the gun will roll to next month! Remember, the winner must be present, be an ISRA member, have a valid FOID and comply with all local,state and federal laws.

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Last Month's Meeting

 

   Our Guest Speaker for the April meeting was Michelle Doyle. Michelle specializes in teaching women the art of self-defense. She talked about using various hand to hand techniques and other non-firearm related weapons such as mace. Dave Lombardo also talked about the ISRA board.  More


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Chairman's Comments

 

 As I start to write this, I am on a plane back home from Atlanta, Georgia. While there today, Saturday, March 24th, I decided to go to the Coca-Cola museum in downtown Atlanta. I got there about 10:30 and was amazed at how congested the traffic was downtown. As I got within six or seven blocks of the museum, I was amazed at all the foot traffic, all going one way toward the museum. I thought, “All these people can’t be going there.” I was both right and wrong: they were going there—actually to the huge field next to it—and the reason was soon evident.

Many were holding signs saying “enough,” “we demand,” “never again,” “kill the NRA” and many more anti-NRA signs. They were going to the Atlanta installment of the anti-gun marches that happened all through the country. I was shocked to see the thousands upon thousands of marchers going there. I couldn’t have imagined that they could have gotten even ten percent of the people that they got to go there. They had booths set up on the sidewalks to sign people up to vote. This was an extremely well-orchestrated event in Atlanta.  More


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