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Gem State Chapter Conservation Field Day

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The 4-H Pellet Gun Trailer is always a popular attraction.

Eagle — June 4, 2011

Kids enjoyed an excellent day of outdoor activities at the Gem State Chapter’s J.A.K.E.S. Day held at the Christian Childrens Ranch near Eagle. From pellet gun shooting to archery to fishing a stocked pond, it was good fun for all! Nelson Henry is Gem State Chapter J.A.K.E.S. Coordinator. You can reach Nelson at 323-1191 or by clicking the link below to e-mail.


Snake River Chapter Kids Conservation Clinic

Start ’em off right! Archery fundamentals are taught at the Kids Conservation Clinic.

SCI’s Charles Oakes instructs a youngster on properly mounting a shotgun.

Bass boats on Atwood Ponds produce fantastic results for a couple lucky kids!

Kids got (removable) tattoos at the Cabela’s booth and learned about what happens to poachers at the Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game’s CAP trailer.

 

Payette — June 11, 2011

Jointly hosted by Treasure Valley Chapter of SCI and Snake River Chapter NWTF, the annual Kids Conservation Clinic is one of the largest J.A.K.E.S. events in the west, averaging around 100 eager participants. A wide range of events keep the youngsters entertained throughout a fun-filled day of outdoor activities at SCI’s LeRoy Atwood’s wonderful pond facilities on the banks of the Payette River. Mark Bell, member of both organizations, coordinates the event for NWTF. Contact Mark at 208-442-6900 or e-mail via the link below.


UPCOMING JAKES EVENTS

  AUGUST 13 • Camas Prairie Turkey Trackers J.A.K.E.S. event        Camas Prairie Bowmen Range • Grangeville • Kathy Warford • 208-938-1832

  AUGUST 27, 2011 • Clearwater Gobblers J.A.K.E.S. Day & Shoot        Little Canyon Shooting Preserve • Peck • Terry White • 208-476-7343