The City of Clovis will be hosting a virtual groundbreaking to celebrate the construction of the Clovis Wing-Shooting Complex and Archery Range at Ned Houk Park, located 10 miles north of Clovis.
The groundbreaking, which has been moved to a virtual format to accommodate COVID-19 guidelines from the State, will be held today, November 17, at 2:00 p.m. Those in attendance will include Mayor Morris, the Clovis City Commission, and other City officials, accompanied by members from Eastern New Mexico Range Management, New Mexico Game and Fish, the New Mexico State Game Commission, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife.
The Clovis Wing-Shooting Complex and Archery Range will be a multi-faceted facility that will include four trap/skeet overlay fields, a 12-station sporting clays course, indoor and outdoor archery ranges, an air-gun range, and a multipurpose building.
The majority of the project is funded by the Pittman-Robertson Act administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The range will be open to the public with Eastern New Mexico Range Management managing the day-to-day operations. There will be a small fee to use the range.
The public may view the virtual groundbreaking via the City of Clovis’ Facebook page. For more information regarding the groundbreaking, please contact the City Manager’s Office at (575) 769-7828.