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Annual Alumni Basketball Games April 29 at Johnson State College

Johnson State College alumni who played for the men’s and women’s varsity basketball teams will compete in two games April 29 on campus.

The women’s game at 3 p.m. and the men’s game at 5 p.m. will be at the SHAPE Center and are free for the public. Tickets for the annual games are not required.

Notable returning players on the men’s team include JSC men’s head basketball coach and 2009 graduate Miles Smith, 2009 graduate Bobby Shedd and 2014 graduate Bryan Hickey.

For women, notable returning players include 2015 graduate Brittany Robertson, 2012 graduate Andrea Deuell and 1999 graduate Tiffany Corey Esslinger.

 

Sign Up Now for Governor’s Youth Turkey Hunt Event

Youth hunters are encouraged to sign up for the Fifth Annual Governor’s Youth Turkey Hunt this spring. The event is sponsored by the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) and is open to any licensed hunter under the age of 16.

Youth hunters will be treated to a luncheon on Sunday, April 23, at the Waterbury Fish & Game Club, where they will take part in a discussion on the importance of the hunting tradition in Vermont. Fish & Wildlife Department Commissioner Louis Porter will be in attendance for the event.

The following weekend, the young hunters will take part in a guided turkey hunt to coincide with Vermont’s youth turkey hunting weekend on April 29-30.

“I’d encourage young hunters to participate in this event to give turkey hunting a try,” said Governor Scott. “Hunting is an important tradition in Vermont that brings people close to the land and to their food. Youth hunters are crucial to help carry on this tradition and pass it to the next generation.”

Interested youth hunters are required to submit a completed application along with a letter explaining why they would like to participate in the event. Applications are available at vtfishandwildlife.com and must be submitted by April 8.

“This hunt is a safe and fun opportunity for kids to try turkey hunting under the supervision of a guide and mentor,” said NWTF Vermont Chapter President Brett Ladeau. “Young hunters have a great chance of seeing birds at that time of year. Turkey hunting is especially fun for kids because there is often a lot of action, calling back and forth with a bird.”

“Kids who are exposed to hunting at a young age often become lifelong hunters and passionate conservationists,” said Fish & Wildlife Department wild turkey project leader Amy Alfieri. “They gain a strong appreciation for where their food comes from, and they understand the importance of healthy habitat for wildlife.”

An initiative of the Vermont State Chapter of the NWTF, the Governor’s Youth Turkey Hunt coincides with this year’s Jakes’ Day, an annual youth turkey hunting event held by the NWTF to educate youth about wildlife conservation and stewardship of Vermont’s natural resources. Each youth hunter will be provided a guide from the NWTF. Previous hunting experience is not required to participate.

 

Conservation Camp Applications Are Available

If you are 12 to 14 years old and want to learn about Vermont's wildlife and gain outdoor skills, consider attending one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department's Green Mountain Conservation Camps next summer.

The one-week camp program is held at two locations -- Lake Bomoseen in Castleton and Buck Lake in Woodbury. Campers participate in hands-on learning experiences about fish and wildlife conservation, ecology, forestry, orienteering, safe firearm and archery techniques, swimming, canoeing, fishing and more in an attractive outdoor setting. Natural resource professionals come to the camp during the week to share information on their programs and take campers out for field activities.

“Whether kids come alone or with friends, they are guaranteed to meet new people and form new bonds while experiencing Vermont’s natural resources to the fullest,” said Fish & Wildlife Education Coordinator Alison Thomas. “An important take-away message and common theme during the week is that conserving and managing habitat will help ensure Vermont will have fish and wildlife in the future.”

Conservation Camps open June 18 and continue until August 18. Tuition is $250 for the week, including food, lodging and equipment. Please check the Fish & Wildlife website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) for information, including scholarship availability. A printable application also is available on the website.

 

 Thunder Road announces 2017 Schedule

29-Apr Sat Downtown Barre Care Show
30-Apr Sun 55th Merchants Bank 150 - ACT TOUR EVENT
21-May Sun Harvest Equipment
28-May Sun Mekkelsen Memorial Day Classic
15-Jun Thurs Cassella Waste Management
22-Jun Thurs North Country Federal Credit Union
29-Jun Thurs Community College of VT
3-Jul Mon Aubuchon Hardware Holiday Fireworks
6-Jul Thurs Regular Event
13-Jul Thurs VP Governor's Cup
20-Jul Thurs FairPoint Communications
27-Jul Thurs Times Argus Mid- Season Championships
3-Aug Thurs WDEV Radio / Calkins Portable Toilets
6-Aug Sun M & M Bev. Enduro/Perry & Sons SS Special
10-Aug Thurs Cody Chevrolet
17-Aug Thurs US Army Recruiting
24-Aug Thurs Jet Service/ Accura Printing
3-Sep Sun 39th Coca Cola Labor Day Classic - ACT TOUR EVENT
30-Sep Sat Booth Brothers/HP Hood Qualifying Day
Oct Sun 55th VT Milk Bowl presented by NSB
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