Monday, October 10, 2011


Fifteen youngsters to be chosen based on application; deadline Oct. 25
HIAWATHA — On Nov. 5, the Brown County chapter of Quail Forever is sponsoring the Sixth Annual Stan Boos Youth Hunt, a quail and pheasant hunt for youngsters age 11 through 16. Those interested should obtain an application in the Hiawatha Middle or High School office. The number of participants is limited to 15. A shotgun will be given away to one lucky youth hunter.
Youth hunt participants must be no younger than 11 and no older than 16, must have successfully completed a hunter education course, must complete a short statement of one or more paragraphs about why they wish to participate in the hunt and what they can do to conserve natural resources, and must be accompanied on the hunt by a parent or guardian or their representative.
All applications must be received by Oct. 25. Applications may be returned to the school office; to Larry Weast, 2561 Horned Owl Road, Hiawatha, KS 66434; or to any local Quail Forever officer. For more information, phone 785-547-6186 or e-mail Weast at

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