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Families on Target

Hey folks, join Hershy and me August 29 from 6-8pm at the Lincoln Shooting Park located at 44th and Superior in Lincoln, Nebraska (enter through Lincoln Trap and Skeet)

for an evening of FREE food and archery fun!   We will have the archery range ready for everyone to shoot bulls-eye targets, 3D animal targets (some unique targets), the aerial archery machine will give you the chance to shoot targets out of the sky and free hotdogs and Gatorade.

We will have plenty of archery equipment on hand but feel free to bring your own equipment as we will have several archery pros on site to help you tweak the bow for the upcoming season.  To register, simply go to www.huntsafenebraska.org and scroll down to skills programs.  We look forward to seeing your family out there next week!


About jeff rawlinson

Jeff is the Education Manager in the Communications Division with Game and Parks where he has worked for the last 15 years. He oversees the Hunter Education, Boater Education, Hunter Outreach and Shooting Range Development for the Commission and is a devout hunter, angler, wildlife viewer, naturalist, father and husband. He holds a BS and MS from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He has been a Hunter Education Instructor for over 20 years, NRA firearms instructor and range officer, National Archery in the Schools Program Archery Instructor Specialist and member of the National NASP Board, sits on the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Hunter Recruitment and Retention Committee and Education Committee. Jeff is an avid handgun hunter, loves to chase turkeys in the spring, squirrel hunting enthusiast and philosopher of the outdoors. He is an avid shooter and loves to spend outdoor time with family and friends. He has a passion for exciting others about the outdoors. A history buff, Jeff is a strong supporter of our North American Model of Conservation and tries to spread the message of its importance and relevance every chance he gets.

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