​  BHSC UPCOMING EVENTS:
Spring Meeting:  May 1, 2021 @ 6:30 PM

Club Potluck:  June 12, 2021 @ 6:30 PM

Fall Meeting:  Sept 11, 2021 @ 6:30 PM


All meetings/events will be held at the Hamilton Township Hall located on the northeast corner of N Rogers Rd and E Townline Lake Rd. 

 OFFICERS: (2020/2021)

 PRESIDENT - RICK WHISLER-LOTS 5,27

 VICE PRESIDENT- STEVE GRAVES- LOTS 117,118,119 

 SECRETARY - KRISTI TEALL- LOT 91,92,93

 TREASURER - RON VASICH- LOTS 6,7

 DIRECTOR - BOB GRIGNON- LOT 58

 DIRECTOR - RANDY VASOLD- LOT 14

 DIRECTOR - JAMES KIRBY- LOT 66

 DIRECTOR - DAN RETTELLE- LOT 59

 

 A NONPROFIT CORPORATION

 ESTABLISHED--JULY 1968.

BIRCH HILLS SPORTSMAN'S CLUB


 MAILING ADDRESS:

   BIRCH HILLS SPORTSMAN'S CLUB

   PO BOX 994

​   HARRISON, MI 48625

 For Information Contact:

    RICK WHISLER

    Phone- 989-859-4704

    Email - hunter19301@yahoo.com

 MISSION STATEMENT:

        (As Originally Composed By Our Founding Fathers

          and Stated In Our Nonprofit Corporation Papers) 

 "The purpose for which this Corporation was formed is to

 maintain and operate a Club for the membership and for

 recreation, including hunting and fishing and to promote 

 the growth of timber and to conserve the land and wildlife 

 and to generally carry on such activities as will best 

 develop, conserve and promote the above interests."

 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:

 The Club property consists of a contiguous two square miles, formally described as sections 32 and 33 in Hamilton township, 

 Michigan. The periphery of this parcel was subdivided into individual lots, roughly one acre in size , some larger allowing 

 for wetlands and terrain. The interior of this property, is a COMMONS area, owned by all members who own a lot on the periphery. 

 Access to the interior, is made possible by means of three easements 20 feet wide, allowing for a locked gate for members only. 

 Of course, owners also have access through their back lot line which abuts the COMMONS area. There are 150 lots in the 

 subdivision and they are not split-able according to our protective covenants. Crossing through a subdivision lot without the 

 owners  permission is considered trespassing. Members pay property taxes on their personal lot as well as 1/150 th of the 

 COMMONS area for each lot they own. Club rules have been developed which govern the usage of the COMMONS area.