4-H Outdoor Skills Program featuring hunter safety

Juneau families are invited to participate in the upcoming 4-H Outdoor Skills Program at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Hunter Education Facility on Thursday, March 14.

Attendees will have a chance to learn proper firearms safety and handling from expert instructors.

Other upcoming meetings of the free and family-oriented club may be shore fishing, archery, knots, fly tying, fish topics (cleaning, handling, cooking, smoking, canning ...), plant identification, knife work (sharpening, carving decoys, fish bonkers, deer calls), GPS and orienteering, to name a few.

For more detailed information about club meeting times and how to get involved, contact Darren Snyder at 796-6281.


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