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    Upcoming Youth Mentor Hunt

    Youth-Mentor Pheasant Hunt - Sat, October 9, 2010
    Oak Creek Sporting-Brainard 


    WANTED

    Youth & Adults Mentors To Participate In The Seward County Pheasants Forever Chapter
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    The 2010 Youth-Mentor Pheasant Hunt will be Saturday, October 9, 2010. 

    Oak Creek Sporting - Brainard, NE

    Download a Hunt Youth Eligibility, Guideline, and Application here.
    For More Information Contact: Seward County Pheasants Forever Chapter
    Attn: Youth-Mentor Hunt Coordinator
    P.O. Box 272
    Seward, NE 68434
    Or call: 402-470-0440

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    Youth and mentors enjoyed an educational, fun time this past year at the Seward County PF Youth-Mentor Hunt. The event took place at Oak Creek Sporting Club near Brainard, NE. Each youth had a designated mentor to share the experiences of the day.
    After gun safety, practicing shooting and other educational points were covered, each youth and their mentor went on a short hunt. Each youth had the opportunity for two birds, and the success rate was good! Other activities were shot patterning, archery, and bird cleaning. Each youth received a PF youth hunting vest PF cap, and other accessories. Doughnuts and juice were provided to start the day, and the noon meal was also served.
    To participate, youth must have completed hunter safety certification and be under 16 years old. Contact Kirk Gunnerson (402.470.0440) to learn more about the 2010 Youth-Mentor Hunt and to volunteer as a mentor for this event.

    See Photo Highlights of a PF Youth Mentor Hunt below.

    Youth and mentors going to the field.
    Youth with hunting guide and dog and pheasants
    These 2 got their birds.
    Youth with his mentor.
    Youth hunting with dog on point.
    Safely crossing a fence with a gun.
    Huddling in the field to learn.
    These two youth both shot pheasants.
    Asking permission to hunt exercise.
    Learning gun safety in the field.
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