Register for special hunts on Game Commission website

Harrisburg — In addition to publishing a new planning guide for
hosting youth hunts, the Pennsylvania Game Commission has unveiled
a new feature on its website to enable those interested in
participating in youth hunts to find events in their area and
register online.

To find a hunt in your area, go to the Game Commission’s website
(www.pgc.state.pa.us), click on “Education” in the menu bar at the
top of the page, select “Special Hunts” in the “Special Events and
Programs” section, and then click on the “Special Hunts Calendar”
in the “Special Hunts Registration” section. In addition to going
through the calendar, you can type in your ZIP Code and select a
distance from your home to automatically search the database for
events near your home. Events may include age limits, registration
fees or other stipulations, so be sure to read the event
information carefully.

Anyone who registers online to participate in any of the special
hunts will receive a free one-year subscription to Pennsylvania
Game News, the agency’s monthly publication.

Events can be added to the calendar, by completing a “Youth Hunt
Notification Form” and e-mailing it to the Game Commission at
recruitakid@state.pa.us. To access the form, go to the Game
Commission’s website (www.pgc.state.pa.us), click on “Education” in
the menu bar at the top of the page, select “Special Hunts” in the
“Special Events and Programs” section, and then click on the “Youth
Hunt Notification Form” in the “Hunt Form” section.

This website also will allow participants and volunteers to
register on-line, as well as enable registration committee people
to have access to real-time registration information.

 

Categories: Pennsylvania – Jeff Mulhollem

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