The club was founded in 1992 on the initiative of a group of enthusiasts who were hunting in Poland and wanted to continue their passions in the Canadian forests, or wanted to start their adventure with hunting here. Over the years, a lot of people have passed through the Club, of which the group constituting the driving force of the Club has been clarifying with time. After the preparation of the Statute and registration (which took place in May 1992), the Club officially started to exist (it is probably the first Polish hunting club officially registered). The first President of the Club was Col. Ryszard Mazur and after his death in 1997, Col. Wojciech Posłuszny (former V-ce President).
From the beginning, we tried to help volunteers in obtaining a gun license or a hunting license. To this end, we helped organize trainings and exams for our members and candidates. In 1998, we were able to obtain the consent of the Polish Hunting Association for the organization of the course and exams for newcomers to the PZL as well as for the selves of deer.
The club organized many events aimed at bringing the general issues related to hunting and shooting to the general public. A few times ago, m. picnics combined with shooting to the so-called "Skeet".
The traditional "Hunting Ball" became the annual attraction of the carnival. Participants of this Ball have not only great fun guaranteed, but can also watch the trophies gained by the members of the Club and being part of the decoration of the hall and tasting the venison. For many people it is often the first opportunity to touch and watch the skin of a black bear, elk blades or a deer wreath. During the Ball, there is a passing cup for the "King of Hunts", ie a friend who in the given year had the most abundant Bór.
For the members of the Club are organized yearly spring shooting competition for the silhouette of deer and wild boar, and in September competition in the competition "sporting clay" for the cup of club storage was noticed by the authorities of the Polish Hunting Association and appreciated. In 1998, the Club and its 6 members (including posthumously, R. Mazur) are awarded the "Medal of Saint. Hubert ". This medal is awarded, among others for: "special training achievements, popularization of knowledge, tradition and hunting culture". days.
Club activities were noticed by the authorities of the Polish Hunting Association and appreciated. In 1998, the Club and its 6 members (including posthumously, R. Mazur) are awarded the "Medal of Saint. Hubert ". This medal is awarded among others for: "special training achievements, popularization of knowledge, tradition and hunting culture".
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Tradition - the holiday thing. It is our roots, respect for our ancestors and their accomplishments, a mine of historical knowledge and a testimony of cultural sensitivity. The care of customs, traditions and hunting customs created by centuries is proof that hunting - thousands of years ago and today - is more than harvesting meat and skins. More than a way to protect nature or a certain form of relaxation.
Hunters from the earliest times until today sought for the support of their patrons. Throughout history, depending on the level of human development, the current religion or even fashion, the caretakers of the low-seas have changed. Contemporary in European culture is not the only, but the main, most common patron of the hunters, intermediary between the lover and the Creator, is Saint. Hubert.