San Antonio, TX – DSC South Texas announces that it will conduct the Basic Hunter Education Course to teach hunter safety and ethics to young hunters on June 17, 2017, at the San Antonio Gun Club in the Olmos Basin.
As part of its charitable mission to educate hunters on safety, ethics, and fair chase principles, DSC South Texas is underwriting this presentation of the Texas Parks & Wildlife basic hunter education course that is required for all Texas hunters born after September 1, 1971. Successful participants will be eligible for the certification.
To expand access to Texas’ hunting heritage, DSC South Texas is providing the course at no cost to youth hunters under 20 years old. Smoke Shack™ BBQ restaurant has generously agreed to donate barbecue lunch for the participants. Certified instructor Rick Hite is donating his time.
Event attendance is $20 for adults aged 20 or older. Attendance is free for participants under 20 years old, limited to the first 20 registrants. For more information about the event and DSC South Texas, visit www.dscsouthtexas.org. Those interested in attending the course should contact David Doggett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About DSC SOUTH TEXAS
DSC South Texas is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization. It became a chapter of DSC in July 2016. It is operated exclusively by unpaid volunteers to promote sustainable wildlife conservation and hunter education. Put simply, it is our mission for wild animals continue to live free, in the wild, in perpetuity.
For more information about DSC South Texas please visit www.dscsouthtexas.org
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