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Hunter Education/Safety

January 13, 2020

Completed record sheets are due into the Extension Office on or before June 29, 2020, 4:00 PM. No records, or late/incomplete record sheets will result in an exhibit being considered for EXHIBITION ONLY—NO PLACING.

The course is designed around national standards and includes instruction on gun safety, archery, survival, first aid, wildlife identification and game care.

A total of ten (10) hours of instruction is required to complete the course. In coordination with the Department of Natural Resources, 4-H and the school systems, 4-H credit will be given. A weekend Hunter Education class will be scheduled during the month of April or May. You need to take and pass the class only 1 time, but may exhibit each year.

EXHIBIT one of the following, including a brief written explanation.

1. A poster showing what you have learned. Refer to 4-H Poster Construction Rules on page 24 of your handbook for correct procedure on how to construct your poster.

2. A notebook of pictures or a study of an aspect of hunting.

3. A hunting item/article you have made.

4. A display of materials used in the Hunter Education class. You may include other materials.

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