History of the Club de Tir de la Haute-Gatineau
Club de Tir de la Haute-Gatineau is a nonlucrative corporation serving the Haute Gatineau's territory.
June 4 1976
Birth place of shooting range in Messine at Lac Grenon, QC
April 28 1977
Rules preparation by : Me Pierre Thisdale, lawyer in Maniwaki.
President : Jean Marie Labelle
President : Royal St-Denis
January 23 1980
Shooting range head office : farm Joseph, Déléage Lot 50, Rang 8, canton Kensington
President : Richard Bibaud (1981-1986)
July 15 1980
Relocated to Messine.
December 19 1986
Relocated to Messine, route 105, QC - territory of M. Harold Leduc
President : Irving Meunier (1986-1993)
January 29 1994
President (interim) : Laurier Riel (1994-2000)
January 1 2000
President : Jean Pierre Pilon (2000-2003)
November 25 2003
President (interim) : Robert Vanier
January 1 2004
President : Claude Pelissier (2004-2007)
Dismantling Club de tir de Messine.
End of Club de tir de Messine.
December 3 2006
The " Club de tir de la Haute-Gatineau " and " Danford Lake Rod & Gun Club " merging and sharing the same territory.
January 1 2007-2008
Danford Lake rod & Gun Club administration
President : Bob McCrea
This club was found in 1972 by 10 founder members.
Site construction commencement : rifle, pistol, clay pigeon, archery and crossbow.
February 1 2008
President : Patricia Therrien (2008-2012)
For a more detailed version please download our historic archive (English version pending).