March 2018 Delegate Report

Greetings Shooters!

I hope everyone is as excited as I am about shooting Registered ATA Targets after a long cold winter! It has definitely been a rough one for us here in Indiana but hopefully as you read this in March the temperatures are warmer and days are definitely getting longer.

The Indiana Zone Shoots are for sure getting closer. I trust everyone has their own zone shoots marked on their calendars and maybe are contemplating hitting the other zones in addition to their own. In May, we will start with the Central Zone at the Fall Creek Valley Conservation Club May 12-13, then the North Zone at St Joe Valley Conservation Club May 19-20, and concluding with the South Zone shoot at Columbus Gun Club May 26-27. I hope to see many of you there. The 2018 Indiana State Shoot will be held July 17-22, 2018 at our homegrounds, Indiana Gun Club. The ATA Central Zone shoot will once again be at Evansville Gun Club July 27-29. In addition to these great shoots, all of our Member Clubs have shoots planned through the early Spring. Be sure to check out our newly renovated website,, for all of the registered shoot dates. If you need any information about these shoots, let me know.

Speaking of the Indiana State Shoot, over the past couple of years the ITA Spectator Experience has continued to grow and I’m please to share this message from the person that makes it possible, Roxie Antczak:

“Over the last two years, the ITA Spectator Experience has offered shooters and their families tons of additional Indiana State Shoot activities. With this year’s dates finalized, plans for even more excitement are in the works. From live music and our popular “coffee and crafts” to Ladies’ Day Out and the annual Welcome Party, the Spectator Experience committee is working closely with local artists and Fortville’s small business community to make this our best year yet! Visit our Facebook page to stay on top of all the details.”

The Facebook page is Please visit and plan to attend as many events as possible to help this event grow! A big thanks goes out to Roxie for everything she has done to make this possible and on behalf of the ITA Board of Directors, thank you Roxie!

Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you need anything or would like to have anything included in this article for Indiana. You can reach me here.

Jason Barnett
ATA Delegate – Indiana

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