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M.U.L.E.Y Day June 17

The Pikes Peak Chapter of the Mue Deer Foundation (MDF) is hosting M. U. L. E. Y. Day at the Rocky Mountain Roosters facilities (North of Calhan) on Saturday June 17th, 2017. The MDF is a charitable non-profit 501(c) (03) wildlife conservation organization. M. U. L. E. Y. (Mindful, Understanding, Legal and Ethical Youth) is a MDF shooting sport and wildlife conservation program oriented to youth. The program’s mission statement is: To safely introduce youth to shooting sports, ensuring the sports continued growth. The two main tenets of the M. U. L. E. Y. Program are:

1) The safe introduction of youth into shooting sports.
2) Educating youth on the importance of wildlife conservation.

The all day activity will likely include a Black Powder Range, Archery Range, Shotgun Range, BB Gun Range, .22 Rifle Range, Pellet Gun Range, and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Laser Range. Other activities may include firearm safety, fly tying, fly casting, wildlife conservation, hunter ethics, elk calling, turkey calling, duck calling, llama packing orientations, cape care/ taxidermy, Furbearer 101, Homing Pigeons, and Cowboy Action Shooting demonstrations.

What to Bring: Clicking the RSVP button will get you more info and the registration; please click on “Register Here”, print, and mail. All equipment, firearms, ammunition, lunch, and drinks provided. Escorting adult meal: $5.00. Bratwurst, hotdogs, chips, salad, cookies, and soft drinks. Bring sun screen.

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