February 27th at 6:30 PM-10 PM
Sportsman’s Warehouse in Soldotna Peninsula Center Mall
All proceeds from the silent and bucket auctions to benefit the Lee Shore Center. Canned Food Drive. Donate two cans of food and be entered to win a Sailing Trip for two. Delta Waterfowl, Wall of Guns, A portion of the proceeds go to the Kenai Peninsula Food bank. Author Christine Cunningham, will be signing copies of “Women Hunt Alaska”. Games to include: Hockey Puck toss, Fishing in Back with Butch, a Scavenger Hunt, Price is Right and Archery Practice. Women Who Hunt Welcome, ladies! In 1998, more than 2 million hunting licenses were issued to women, and I’m pretty sure that number increased in 1999. While I’m sure I’m not the first, and I certainly won’t be the last, I’d like to welcome these gals to the world of hunting with open arms. Women who choose to hunt, and the increasing numbers thereof, are precious to the future of hunting, like it or not. At a strictly practical level, these ladies help diversify the hunting population, which in turn helps to negate stereotypes of hunters. Having more women in the woods also helps secure the future of hunting for their children, who will no doubt learn of the virtues of hunting from their mothers, as well as their fathers.