Improving Outdoor Skills in Women

Improving Outdoor Skills in Women

Women and girls interested in the sports of fishing, archery and shotgun shooting are invited to attend a one-day free event at the Kiowa Creek Natural Area, just south of Eads, on Sat., Sept. 25.

"This is a great opportunity for women and girls to learn how to improve their outdoor skills and have fun," said Linda Groat, and education specialist with the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

Women and girls 8 years and up are invited to this free event. Girls under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.

Activities run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Instructors from the DOW will help the ladies learn the finer points of casting and catching fish in the morning, and shooting bows and shotguns in the afternoon. A picnic style lunch will be served at noon.

The event is sponsored by the DOW, Kiowa County Economic Development Foundation, Eads Chamber of Commerce, and the Central Kiowa Recreation District

The sponsors will provide the lunch and furnish the equipment.

Class size is limited. Call Linda Groat at (719) 336-6608 for more information, or to register.

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