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Title: Virginia Hunter Skills
When: 05/03/2013 - 05/05/2013
Location: Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center, 1267 State Route 723 VA 24522
Description: Registration Deadline: April 19th

Want to learn new hunting skills or hone the ones you have? Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center offers expert instruction in Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading, Bow Hunting, Bow Fishing, Small Game Hunting, Tree Stand Safety, Skeet, Trap, Survival and much more. The workshop is scheduled for May 3-5 for ages 11 up. Youth under 18 must attend with a parent. Cost is $120.00 and includes meals Friday Dinner-Sunday Lunch, lodging and all instruction. Registration deadline is April 19th. Details and registration information can be viewed at www.holidaylake4h.com or give us a call at (434) 248-5444 if you have any questions.
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