LancasterCountySportsmanForYouth
In 2014, Lancaster County Sportsmen for Youth will be conducting its nineteenth annual youth field day in Lancaster County Pennsylvania, to provide a hands-on introduction to positive outdoor activities for young people. It is the youth of today who will be responsible to conserve and protect wildlife and the natural environment, and to maintain the traditions of the outdoors into the future. The field day is planned for June 7th at Milton Grove Sportsmen and Big Chiques Bowmen properties located at 731 Milton Grove Road North, Elizabethtown, PA 17022.

The field day is completely free for those from ten-fifteen years old (includes ten and fifteen). It is a full day, normally comprised of at least thirteen different events including hands-on instruction in trap shooting, archery, muzzleloading, fly casting, canoeing, trapping, turkey hunting, waterfowling, and more. All shooting events use experienced one-on-one instruction. Everyone gets lunch, and usually, there are outdoor goods as gifts and prizes at the end of the day. All of this is completely free for the participants.

 

Registration is required and can be done by going to the Pennsylvania Game Commission Website and looking for Field Days on the Education page and following the directions there. There are two steps that must be completed to properly register:

1) Register at the PGC Website, http://www.pgc.state.pa.us

2) Print release form found at PGC website and mail to:

 

Lancaster County Sportsmen For Youth

PO Box 44

Elizabethtown, PA 17022

 

Confirmation of your registration will eventually be sent, normally about two weeks before the day of the event, by either email (if provided) or by postal mail.

 

 

Lancaster County Sportsmen for Youth is always in need of donations in order to conduct the youth field day each year. Your kind contribution would be appreciated. Please send any donations to:

 

Lancaster County Sportsmen for Youth

PO Box 44

Elizabethtown, PA 17022.

 

 

 

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