A hunter education class starting Feb. 27 will be held in the Grant Union High School Library.
Classes are scheduled for Monday, Wednesday and Thursday the first week and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the second week. Classes start at 6 p.m. and will run about two-and-a-half hours each night. Tentatively, there will be a live fire field day at 9 a.m. March 11 at the police range.
The class is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
No one under the age of 18 may hunt wildlife (except on their own land) without successfully completing this course. All ages planning to hunt as nonresidents in other states may be required to have a Hunter Education Card.
ODFW has established a $10 class fee per student. This fee may be waived in some circumstances. Pre-enrollment is available at Ace Hardware, True Value Hardware, the local ODFW office or other ODFW license sales outlets.
To register online, visit dfw.state.or.us/education/hunter. At this site, register as a new customer if you do not have a Hunter ID and then click “register for a class.”
For more information, call Bryan Nelson at 541-575-1808 or Deanna Maley at the ODFW office, 541-575-1167.
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