Vermont Youth Hunter Training Day, May 21st
Young hunters who would like to improve their knowledge and skills have a golden opportunity to do so by learning from the experts on Saturday, May 21, in Castleton.
The "NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge," offered by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, Friends of the National Rifle Association and the Vermont Bearhound Association, is a free, daylong event for young hunters to practice their skills in firearms, archery and land navigation. Participants will receive instruction while working their way through stations to improve their knowledge and skills.
The event is open to anyone under 19 years of age who has a Hunter Education Safety certification card or valid hunting license. It will be held on May 21, at the Edward Kehoe Conservation Camp, Point of Pines Road in Castleton from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Free lunch, t-shirts and door prizes will be available. Mentors, parents and guardians are encouraged and welcome to attend.
Pre-registration is required by calling Ann at (802) 241-3720 or Emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. All equipment will be provided.