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Final G’ville area hunter ed course set

GRANGEVILLE — No fall hunter education courses are planned, and the last course for this spring is set to run March 6-18 at the Grangeville Elks Lodge.

The class will be held 6-8 p.m. in the lodge basement. Parental signature is required for minors on the first night. Class size is limited to 25.

Register online at https://idfg.idaho.gov/hunt/education. Contact Roy Kinner, 208-983-8443, for further information.

Salmon River Gun Club sets Saturday .22 shoots this spring

The Salmon River Gun Club, which operates the shooting range north of the Time Zone Bridge, holds its business meetings the second Thursday each month. They meet at 7 p.m. at the community center in Riggins.

The club has also scheduled .22 rifle shooting contests for the second Saturday each month.

Club president Chad Redfern told the Free Press they’re working on coordinating with Idaho Fish and Game to make the facility available for hunter education courses.

Redfern can be contacted via e-mail at salmonrivergunclub@gmail.com.

RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet

A local chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has formed, and organizers have set their first banquet for 5 p.m. April 22 at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville.

Contact organizer Gail Chapman, 839-9990.

Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled

GRANGEVILLE — The GHS football Bulldogs have a new head coach but their off-season schedule won’t change much.

Coach Jeff Adams has the Grangeville boys lined up to attend the annual Boise State University football camp once again, and with the team camp to run June 14-17. Camp registration is due by May 1.

“We have more opportunities this year than in the past for players to earn money to pay for camp,” Adams said.

Contact Adams, 507-1616.

Lindsley, Kennedy named “all-CIL”

The Central Idaho League girls basketball coaches have named Kelsey Auer of St. Maries the league MVP and tabbed two Grangeville Bulldogs among the six they highlighted. On Monday, Feb. 25, GHS activities director Matt Dame notified the Free Press that sophomore Paige Lindsley and senior McKenzie Kennedy are recognized.

Also listed are Kaylee Auer of St. Maries, Mayra Rodriguez of Orofino and, Shelby Holder of St. Maries.



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