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Hunter Safety Class Set
Updated: Feb 6
Clarkton Volunteer Fire Department will host a Hunter Safety Class Feb. 25 at the fire station.
The class is free, and is required for anyone applying for a North Carolina hunting license for the first time.
North Carolina's hunter safety program was founded in the late 1970s, and within a few years of its creation, hunting accidents dropped sharply in the state. Students learn the basics of conservation, firearm and bow safety, tree stand safety, and proper gun storage.
To sign up, CLICK HERE. You can also find out more information about hunter safety in North Carolina at ncwildlife.org.