Sunday, March 31, 2013

Women In The Outdoors Event Coming To Bull Creek June 1st!


Women ages 14 and over are discovering a world all of their own; the National Wild Turkey Federation's Women in the Outdoors program was created just for them. Today millions of women enjoy outdoor activities such as camping, fishing, shooting, hiking, and more. By becoming a member of Women in the Outdoors, you'll join a network of women who share the same hobbies and interests. 

You'll learn new skills, tune up existing ones, and make memories that last a lifetime in a relaxed, non-competitive environment. Spread the word to your mom, sister, friend or co-worker. Bring them all to the Allegheny Valley Chapter event for a fun and exciting day of learning and fellowship.

NEW THIS YEAR .... Ages 14-18 only $15, this includes a Jake Membership. Ages 14-17 must be accompanied with an adult.

Pre-registration is required.

What Will Be Provided:
* Choice of 4 expertly instructed classes
* Continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages
* Equipment & materials needed for classes
* A I-year $35 membership in the NWTF
* I-year subscription to Turkey Country magazine and Turkey Talk

If you are unable to attend our event, please visit WWW.WOMENINTHEOUTDOORS.ORG to find other events in the state of PA throughout the year! 

CANCELLATION POLICY: The cancellation deadline is May 27, 2013. If you cancel after the deadline, you will be responsible for the full program fee. You may send a substitute if you cannot attend.

Classes To Choose From:

ARCHERY: Learn about a growing sport that can be used for
recreation, competitive shooting, or bow hunting. Experience
hitting the target!
BIRD WATCHING: Grab your binoculars and your field guide
and join us as we visit the nearby fields and forests to find and
identify our feathered friends. Whether you are a beginner or
have had some practice, we will be sharing birding tips and
interesting facts during our hunt.
OUTDOOR COOKING: This class introduces the basic skills
required to cook over a campfire. Everything tastes great when you are hungry after hiking, playing, or exploring. It is a great way to cook and recipes can also be used at home on the grill.
CANDLE MAKING: Make your own candle to take home. You
will learn how to make a candle using a quart jar. You will be
able to choose from four wonderful scents. There will be an
extra $10.00 charge payable to the instructor.
HANDGUNS: The instructor will provide a broad spectrum of
information about the operations and fundamentals of shooting
RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP: Learn to shoot .22 rim fire rifles and the fundamentals of marksmanship skills. Come join us for fun and action on the firing range!
SURVIVAL SKILLS: Introduction to basic survival needs while
learning about dangerous elements, shelter and fire building,
and essentials for survival kit. Hands on participation with small group activities and games will reinforce survival skills.
GOURDS 101: Bird houses, baskets and spoons are some of the
objects you can make in less than one hour with gourds from
your garden. This class will include your design and completion of a gourd project. No extra charge. Bring your
painting/staining clothes and have some fun!
SHOTGUNNING/TRAP SHOOT: You will become familiar with different types of shotguns, ammunition, proper gun fit, and gun cleaning. Time will be spent at the range where you will shoot clay birds.
CAR MAINTENANCE 101: learn basic vehicle maintenance, what to do for roadside emergencies, scheduled maintenance and
why it is important, proper repairs and speaking the same
language as your mechanic.
WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE: Brian Sackett from C. S. Kim will
show you how to develop a personal safety strategy so you can
be proactive rather than reactive when handling situations.

Mail completed registration form with payment to:

Lori Lojak
245 Dellenbaugh Rd,
Tarentum, PA 15084
Would like more information? 
Please contact Lori Lojak at 724-224-4182 or email:

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