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The Osage Conservation Club started in 1947 as a conservation and outdoor group. Their main goal was planting trees, promoting wildlife, and shooting sports. The indoor range on the fairgrounds was built in 1972 after the indoor range near Spring Park burned. The club currently provides locations for shooting pistol, rifle, and archery, including pistol tournaments, 4-H youth archery, hunter education classes, training for the Osage Police and Mitchell County Sheriff, pistol instruction for woman's safety, Boy Scouts, and Alamo Scouts along with rental space for organizations.

Special Hours

Hours Vary

Please call the President or Vice President for membership and hours.

Joe Huffman, President 641-220-6025
Doug Cassman, Vice President 641-425-5267

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  • archery, firearms, shooting ranges, indoor ranges, outdoor ranges

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