PNG Inaugural Foxhole Invitational

The purpose of the event this year is to help raise funding to preserve our 1890s Victorian Range House. First erected in 1890s
at the State Rifle Range in Mount Gretna, it was used for compiling marksmanship statistics, before the Pennsylvania National Guard moved to Fort Indiantown Gap. The building was moved to FTIG and was used until the 1980s. In 2001, an effort began to conserve the building and within a few short years it was moved to its present location next to the Pennsylvania National
Guard Military Museum in Area 8. Our goal is to have the Range House become a part of the museum complex, housing many of the National Guard’s marksmanship items and trophies of the day. Everyone's support in this event will make that happen.


Welcome Sign and First Hole


Registration and Drink Cart


AMEC Team


PNG Environmental Team


Saint Martin Assembly Knights of Columbus Team


Tournament Dinner and Awards Ceremony

 

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