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  2. Larry GeeLarry Gee Post author

    Did you know… that Kentucky Grouse Hunters has a YouTube page? Yes, we do, and it’s located here: https://www.youtube.com/@KentuckyGrouseHuntersAssociati/videos
    We recently added videos from the Habitat area at Paintsville Lake that Kentucky Grouse Hunters sponsored. There will also be video from the Banquet on 2/24/2024 shortly after the Banquet. Check out the YouTube page, give it a like, and subscribe to be notified when we post new videos. And, if you have any ideas or suggestions on additional content for the channel, please feel free to contact us at: admin@kygha.com

  3. Larry GeeLarry Gee Post author

    Reminder of the upcoming Banquet on the 24th of February. You can now purchase your membership plus admission to the event right here on the web site. (Note: you can now purchase individual memberships on line also) Avoid the line and register online. Also… you can purchase Raffle Tickets for the rifles right here on the site now. Use your PayPal account, or ANY of the major credit cards, and your tickets will be waiting for you when you arrive at the banquet. Hope to meet everyone there.

  4. Larry GeeLarry Gee Post author

    Web site update

    Functionality, and enhanced features of the site have been improved. Folks can now join the Kentucky Grouse Hunters Association in two ways… Membership alone, or, Membership + Banquet. Folks can do this right from the web site, including paying with their PayPal account, or, any of the commonly used credit cards. To see the new feature point your browser to: https://kygrousehunters.com/pay-now/ (also from the site’s main menu) and check it out.

    Also, there functionality to support Sponsors was added also. For anyone wishing to become a sponsor you can now do that online as well. Simply point your browser to: https://kygrousehunters.com/become-a-kygha-sponsor/ (or from the main menu) and check it out. Sponsors have the ability to chose between four different packages, and can pay right from the site now. 

    We have also added functionality to gather names of anyone wishing to receive our newsletter. Keep up to date on any new developments regarding club events, activities, and developments.
    Folks can sign up at: https://kygrousehunters.com/newsletter (also from the main home page).

    If YOU have any thoughts, suggestions or comments, please feel free to comment at the bottom of this post. Thank you for being interested on the Kentucky Grouse Hunters Association. 

  5. Larry GeeLarry Gee Post author

    Board Meeting 1/9/2024

    Attendees: Ronnie Wells, Roger Varney, Hanna Varney, Kristin Beers, Roland Beers, Larry Robinson, Larry Cornett, and Larry G

    Items discussed:

    Mainly the discussion surrounded the upcoming banquet on 2/24/2024
    > Banquet tickets (raffle tickets) processing and distribution
    > discussion surrounding number of tickets for “sponsors” based on contribution level
    > New proposal on Wild Hog hunting/killing in Kentucky.
    > details are still sparse on this but apparently there is a proposal going to the legislators PREVENTING the killing of wild hogs. More information HERE.This proposal has already been approved by the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission (KFW) and will soon be submitted to the legislators. Apparently KFW wants anyone spotting a wild hog to notify KFW so they can come and trap it, and remove it. Discussion also surrounded around Kentucky Grouse Hunters Association OPPOSING this measure. Club will solicit members to write and/or call their respective representative and voice their opposition on an individual level. Legislator list HERE.
    > New form for silent auction at the Banquet
    > Adjust the room configuration, and make beverages more accessible.
    > Email Kristin with description of donated items
    > ** Need volunteers to assist at registration table** (Contact Kristin at kristin.beers@kygha.com)
    > Move the ticket table to the lobby (better access for the attendees)
    > Looking for a “Habitat” speaker (Ronnie will speak if others are unavailable)
    > Consider dividing up club Secretary duties
    > ** Volunteers needed to solicit sponsors, and to post banquet flyers. **
    >>>>> If you need a flyer – Print it HERE.
    > Possibility of setting up a donation drive entitled “Bucks for Birds”. If members could simply donate a buck or two it would really help out the club.


    > Larry gave oversight of the newly amended website http://www.kygrousehunters.com and presented some thoughts on better utilization of the site.
    > Concept of the functionality of the site to be, keep members more up to date with the activities of the club, and to foster more member involvement with the club via the site.
    > Integrate other Social Media avenues to the site in order to reach more members. A Kentucky Grouse Hunters YouTube channel has been set up (HERE). There are no videos currently, but the channel is ready for video uploads. (if any member has any video of club-related activities, such as hunting, habitat restoration, instructional videos, dog training, etc) and would allow such to be posted, please feel free to get the video to Larry) The club will work towards creating content as time and resources permit.
    > Email addresses for Board Members. Each board member will have their individual email address in order for the membership to contact them directly about club activities, suggestions, or questions (see the home page for those addresses)

  6. Larry GeeLarry Gee Post author

    You may have noticed the website is changing. I have accepted the responsibility for maintaining and further developing the website. If you have any suggestions on how to make the website more usable and informative, or simply have any thoughts or suggestions about the site… please post them here, or, send an email to admin@kygha.com. This is also the new email address for any club business inquiries, thoughts or suggestions. Kentucky Grouse Hunters Association is an association OF the members, FOR the members, and BY the members… your thoughts and suggestions are always welcomed.
    And, as a reminder, this years Banquet is next month. Hope to see and meet you there. Visit the “2024 Banquet” page for details.

  7. Kristin Beers

    The KGHA will once again be offering tickets for the shotgun raffle. The Stevens 555 standard will be offered in 28 gauge with blued receiver, satin finished wood and shell extractors. Tickets are $1 each and may be purchased from any board member or at the banquet on February 29th, 2020.

  8. Kristin Beers

    We are pleased to announce that the 24th Annual KGHA Banquet will be held at Meadowview Weddings and Events near Morehead, Ky on Saturday, February 29, 2020. BBC This venue offers easy access from I-64 and is directly across Ky-801 from Comfort Inn and Suites. Doors will open at 5:00 and dinner will be served at 6:00. There will be gun raffles, door prizes, guest speakers, silent auction items and a live auction. Please make arrangements to attend. We hope to make this the biggest and best banquet yet! Remember this event is offered at no cost to paid members and memberships may be purchased at the door. Individual memberships are $15 and Family memberships are $25 for up to 4 members.

    The address is 2575 Ky Hwy 801 North, Morehead, Ky 40351.

  9. Kristin Beers

    Here are a few did you know facts about the KGHA courtesy of KGHA President Derek Caudill:

    Did you know:
    – The KGHA is 100% locally funded, managed and maintained
    – The KGHA is the only upland hunting group in the state with no national affiliate
    – The KGHA has been responsible for all grouse habitat and restoration work in the eastern grouse zone
    – The KGHA has worked diligently with lawmakers, representatives and the KDFWR to devise a plan for successful grouse habitat restoration and development
    – The KGHA is the third oldest continually active upland bird conservation group in the entire US.

  10. David Dooley

    I have a great bird dog that I need to find a good home for. She is an 8 year old German short hair, fully trained. Good home is a must. Preferably an only dog.

  11. Rich

    what areas are huntable around grayson lake? Is there anyone to contact for information? Got a young dog would love to start hunting him on wild birds we’re both green at it but enjoying the ride so far! Thanks appreciate any tips I can gather

    • A lot of the members on here are consolidated around the far eastern part of the state, Paintsville and Pikeville and such. I live in Morehead and I’ve had “good” luck in the Daniel Boone, although they seem to be getting into more birds further down there.

  12. Allen Blankenship

    Recently sent email requesting how to get involved with your organization, haven’t heard anything so thought I may have put wrong email address. I have a life long love of grouse hunting, first hunting I did as a boy, and since I’m recently retired I would love to pursue your goals with you. Please let me know how I can get involved. Thank you, Allen

  13. allen blankenship

    Grew up hunting grouse in eastern Pike Co. Moved to Harrison Co 27 years ago and visited often to see family and hunt. Now that I am retired I would love to be involved in helping preserve grouse hunting for future generations as well as enjoy the experience I grew to love . Please let me know how I can get involved. Thank you.

    • jimmy smith

      allen, we are having a dinner, at paintsville recreation center, Feb. 28th. the doors open at 4:00 pm with blue grass bands playing. Dinner starts about 7:00pm there is no cost, or call one of the board members listed above. thanks for your interest.

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