That seems uncool when they won't allow a second club in a metro area with over 3 million population.That would be interesting. That would give Montana 3 HRC Clubs and Washington State 3 HRC clubs.
Montana has a population of 989,000 people.
Washington has a population of 6,700,000 people.
That is correct Abby it would make four club that are spread out over two hours apart from each other.I think this would make 4 HRC's in Montana, am I correct Margo?
The current clubs are Missouri Headwaters HRC, Bitteroot Valley HRC and Treasure State HRC.
I will give you a call today. Thanks! I have found my connection in the WY area that is just below Billings, he will help with the Billings thing along with anyone else that wants to join the fun.I might know a guy he wants to get some hunt tests going. He might be interested in hrc you can call me at (406)-861-5843
Why not? Like I said, seems political. With every post, that its obvious that IS the reason.Sharon
Please feel free to contact me via phone or email to discuss this. The board at Cascade has been given HRC's reasons for the refusal to allow the club to formed. If they have not shared that with you I am sorry.
Again I will field these questions in private not on this forum.
So there is no interest in growing HRC in WA?The Cascade club has been given the reasons for the refusal, please ask them. The EC of HRC reviewed this club 4 times before making this final decision. But ask the board of that club to share the reasons.
I have offered to speak to anyone about this in private, that offer still stands but I won't post further on this issue. I am working hard to have HRC grown in the Montana area and the states that I cover, that was the purpose of this thread to ask for support in the BILLINGS MONTANA area.
I would like to thank the people that have already contacted me, it appears we are well on our way to another club or two in Montana.