The Williams Township Sportsman's Association was founded, according to records, on May 10,1960 when a small group of residents met in a garage on Morgan Hill Road. Their objective was "...the
conservation of game, fish and forest, and improving hunting and fishing within its domain". The first shooting matches were held behind the former Bonstein Store adjacent from the old Municipal
Building at the intersection of Morgan Hill and Diehl Road. At some point in the mid to late seventies, 10.88 acres on the summit of Gaffney Hill Road were obtained from the Williams Township
Conservation Association. This is the present site of the organization's shooting range. The range is equipped with four shooting benches and backstops at 25, 50 and 100 yards. The Shoot Committee
generally holds a block shoot in the Spring and Fall of each year. In addition to shooting activities, the club holds a fishing tournament for children in May of each year and sponsors at least two
youths to participate in the Northampton County Conservation School in July. The organization takes pride in supporting Eagle Scout Projects and the Good Shepard Rehabilitation Center. Membership now
stands at upwards of 180. To join you must attend a regular club meeting. Presently the club meets at Crivellaro's Restaurant on Morgan Hill Road.