Wreath Making – December 2, 2018

 Mark your calendars. We are having a Wreath Making party on December 2nd. Start time will be at 9am at the Frederick IWLA Chapter #1 clubhouse. Wreaths available are 14 inch: one for $15, 2 for $20 and 6 for $50. Also available is a 18 inch wreath for $20. The choices for wreaths are White Pine, Blue Spruce, Scotch Pine, and Holly or Combo. We have all the materials needed. We just ask for you to bring some gloves, shears, and cheer. Please submit your order form to a Frederick IWLA member by November 26th. Here's a link to the  Wreath Order Form

1932 Ford Roadster - Re-production
Drawing - 31 December 2018 or when all tickets are sold

Click on the below button to purchase raffle tickets on-line. After the completion of the purchase forward the following information to Ben Kelkye  Proof of Purchase, Full Name, Contact Phone Number, and Email address.

Celebrating over 90 years of  Conservation

Founded in 1922, the Izaak Walton League is one of the nation's oldest and most respected conservation organizations. With a powerful grassroots network of more than 250 local chapters nationwide, the League takes a common-sense approach toward protecting our country's natural heritage and improving outdoor recreation opportunities for all Americans. We invite you to learn about our work and to join us in supporting important conservation initiatives here in Frederick County. 
What is an Ike?     

Frederick Chapter  is big in wildlife conservation and the shooting sports for over 90 years.  We are not a gun club but have stricter rules than they do. We require a NRA range safety officer (RSO) on the range at all times. We offer this class every three months on a Sunday and new member range privileges will be limited until you take this class. We teach many other class for the public include Maryland Hunter Safety and NRA Training.  These class help us support our award winning youth program.


Join Us!
  Be a part of the tradition and become an Ike!  Your contribution to preserving the American tradition and promoting conservation in our community will help sustain our environment and way of living for another 90 years!  Click here to join.