2012-06-07 / Outdoors

Hunting s a f e ly



The U.P. Whitetails Association of Schoolcraft County recently conducted their spring Hunter’s Safety course. Following three mandatory classroom sessions held at the Manistique High School, students were taken to the Manistique Rifle and Pistol Club located on Highway M-94 for the final mandatory class. There, students were able to use the knowledge received in class. They were also able to have hands-on experience on the range with the assistance of club volunteers. Here, U.P. Whitetails board member Dennis Segerstrom is shown presenting a new firearm to Jacob Maki. Maki’s name was drawn from all those that participated in the course. 
Courtesy photo The U.P. Whitetails Association of Schoolcraft County recently conducted their spring Hunter’s Safety course. Following three mandatory classroom sessions held at the Manistique High School, students were taken to the Manistique Rifle and Pistol Club located on Highway M-94 for the final mandatory class. There, students were able to use the knowledge received in class. They were also able to have hands-on experience on the range with the assistance of club volunteers. Here, U.P. Whitetails board member Dennis Segerstrom is shown presenting a new firearm to Jacob Maki. Maki’s name was drawn from all those that participated in the course. Courtesy photo

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