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Frisco: Hunter education class slated for Thursday

Daily News staff report

The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife will be hosting a hunter education class from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday in the Buffalo Mountain Room at Frisco’s County Commons Building.

It’s the first part of a home-study format which will be completed online or in a workbook, and will finish the evening of Sept. 22.

Anyone who wishes to purchase a hunting license in the state of Colorado, and was born after Jan.1, 1949, must complete a hunter education course. Certifications from other states are acceptable.

The class will cover firearm safety and handling, game laws and regulation, hunter responsibilities and ethics, wildlife management and conservation, outdoor survival skills and more. No preregistration is necessary.

There is a $10 fee for the course, and all ages are welcome.

For more information or questions, contact Joe at (970) 453-0392 or Greg at 970-468-6139.

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