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Hunter Education Field Day Course

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Presented by Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation at Fenton Sportsmans Club, Fenton MI

Nov 10 2018
Hunter Education Field Day Course

Free for youth participants!

FREE for participants under the age of 18.  $10 fee for adults

Thank you to GLS Building Trades for sponsoring participants under the age of 18 years old!

This is a Field Day for students who undertake Michigan DNR Hunter Education through the Online/Home Study option. Upon Completion, successful students will receive a Michigan DNR Hunter Education Certificate. Students who elect to participate in the online course option must have completed their online home study course (

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FREE for youth participants ages 18 and under.

$10 for adults.

Pre-registration required.  Please register online at

Contact: 8107142011



Additional time info:

Two Sessions to choose from:

8am to 12pm


1pm to 5pm

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


Fenton Sportsmans Club

1140 Butcher Rd, Fenton, MI 48430

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