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Volunteers needed for youth event!

To Whom It May Concern:

The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance Foundation will be holding 7 of its Trailblazer Adventure Day events in the Northeast U.S. this fall. The Trailblazer program is designed to introduce youth and their families to outdoor sports through various outdoor educational activities.

The following are the dates and locations for the events in your location:

New York
Wading River, NY- 6/10/2006
Albany, NY - 9/30/2006
Constantina, NY - 10/28/2006

Maine
Raymond, ME – 10/7/2006

Pennsylvania
Schuylkill Have, PA – 10/14/2006

New Jersey
Pine Hill, NJ – 10/28/2006
Tuckerton, NJ – 10/28/2006

We are looking for volunteers to help with the following stations at each event:
Archery – teaching basic safety and skills and running the range
Fishing – teaching casting and baiting skills, fish I.D, and helping youth fish
Shooting – teaching basic safety and skills and running the range for airgun, shotgun, rifle, and black powder
Hunting and retriever dogs - demonstrating training techniques, skill levels, and retrieval
Game calling – demonstrating turkey, duck, deer, or elk calling etc.
Conservation education – teaching basic conservation education

The day will run from about 8am-4pm, with lunch being provided.

Please contact Frank Price at (614) 888-4869 x202 or fprice@ussportsmen.org or Derrek Shively at (614) 888-4868 x224 or dshively@ussportsmen.org for details and registration.

Check out our website at http://www.trailblazeradventure.org

Location: Northeast Pennsylvania
Joined: 02/11/2006
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Volunteers needed for youth event!

Sounds good...we'll see if maybe we can do something down in Schyukill Haven, PA, thanks for the info.

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We would love to have you!
PurcellSportingGoods wrote:
Sounds good...we'll see if maybe we can do something down in Schyukill Haven, PA, thanks for the info.
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Location: Columbus, OH
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Trailblazer Adventure Day Events

To Whom It May Concern:

The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance Foundation will be holding 7 of its Trailblazer Adventure Day events in the Northeast U.S. this fall. The Trailblazer program is designed to introduce youth and their families to outdoor sports through various outdoor educational activities.

The following are the dates and locations for the events in your location:

New York
Albany, NY - 9/30/2006
Constantina, NY - 10/28/2006

Maine
Raymond, ME – 10/7/2006

Pennsylvania
Schuylkill Have, PA – 10/14/2006

New Jersey
Pine Hill, NJ – 10/28/2006
Tuckerton, NJ – 10/28/2006

We are looking for volunteers to help with the following stations at each event:
Archery – teaching basic safety and skills and running the range
Fishing – teaching casting and baiting skills, fish I.D, and helping youth fish
Shooting – teaching basic safety and skills and running the range for airgun, shotgun, rifle, and black powder
Hunting and retriever dogs - demonstrating training techniques, skill levels, and retrieval
Game calling – demonstrating turkey, duck, deer, or elk calling etc.
Conservation education – teaching basic conservation education

The day will run from about 8am-4pm, with lunch being provided.

Please contact Frank Price at (614) 888-4869 x202 or fprice@ussportsmen.org or Derrek Shively at (614) 888-4868 x224 or dshively@ussportsmen.org for details and registration.

Check out our website at http://www.trailblazeradventure.org

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Volunteers needed for youth event!

Now that's how you recruit new hunters. Maybe WHA could figure that out, however I think they're goals are a little misguided and have nothing to do with recruitment. Brick Wall,)

Keep up the GREAT WORK Thumbs up

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Location: Columbus, OH
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Volunteers needed for youth event!

To Whom It May Concern:

We like to keep up on how was get volunteers to help cause we could always use the help. So please contact us here at USSA. Thank you.

Frank

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