Missouri Hosting Hunting Clinic for Terminally Ill Youth
The Missouri Department of Conservation wants to go the extra mile to make sure that youth that want to learn to hunt have that chance especially if they suffer from a chronic or terminal illness. They have a hunting clinic that will be happening this October.
The Missouri Department of Conservation shared the news of this good-hearted event coming up in Unionville on October 29 on their official website. Here are some of the details they provided in their press release:
The clinic will take place 3:30–8:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29, at the Rest Inn Him Lodge and Retreat Center in Unionville. Participants will learn about deer biology and habitat, hunting safety and shooting skills, ammunition and firearm selection, methods, and regulations. Participants will have time to go fishing and participate in other activities around deer camp. Over the weekend, youth will head afield for a mentored deer hunt.
Here's the exact location for this hunting clinic:
Rest Inn Him Lodge and Retreat Center
37796 165th Rd.
Unionville, MO 63565
If you're not familiar with Unionville, it's just over 2 hours from Hannibal.
If you or a family you know might be interested, you need to get registered by October 16. Space is limited so the earlier you sign up, the better the chances you'll be able to participate. You can check out full details and get more information through the official Missouri Department of Conservation website.