This unique program open to ages 11 to adult and offers opportunities to learn new skills or fine-tune the ones you already have. Three 4-hour sessions in a variety of topics provide skills development for new and seasoned hunters alike and include pistol, rifle, shotgun, reloading ammunition, skeet, muzzleloading, bow hunting and bow fishing, survival, recovery of wounded game, cooking, preserving your wild game harvest, and a variety of big and small game hunting techniques.
This partnership program is presented by the Virginia Hunter Education Association, the Virginia DGIF and Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center. It is scheduled April 22-24, 2016 and is being held at the 4-H Center located at 1267 4-H Camp Rd. Appomattox, VA.
Registration is open until April 8, 2016 with an early bird registration fee of $110 through April 1st, after that normal cost is $120. Prices include all instruction, meals and lodging.
Completion of a Hunter Education course is preferred but not required; children under 18 must attend with a parent. For more information visit www.holidaylake4h.com or call Holiday Lake 4-H at (434) 248-5444 .