Iron County Hunter Safety set class dates

IRON RIVER/CRYSTAL FALLS— Iron County Hunter Safety organizers have announced the spring classes schedule for this year.
    For the Iron River area, classes will be held in the West Iron County School cafeteria from 4-7 p.m. on April 30, May 2 and May 3. Pre-registration is not required, just come to the class.
    For the Crystal Falls area, classes will be held in the Forest Park bus garage from 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 8-12. Pre-registration will take place on April 6 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Superior Sport and Feed in Crystal Falls.
    The Hunter Safety Field Day will be held on May 4 at Camp Gibbs Recreation Area beginning at 8 a.m.
    Classes are for anyone 10 years old and up and are completely free of charge. All classes are required for certification.
    Hunter Safety certification is mandatory at age 12.
    For questions on the West Iron County class, call Tony Dallavalle at 265-9306.
    For questions on the Crystal Falls class, call Dave Ponchaud at 906-458-2357, Cliff Santi at 262-385-0288 or Michelle Stebic at 875-3449.
    Iron County Hunter Safety is a nonprofit 501(C3) tax deductible corporation. The program is seeking to establish a fund to purchase each youth that completes the Hunter Safety course in Iron County their first junior hunting license.
    Anyone interested in supporting or contributing can mail their contribution to Iron County Hunter Safety, 711 Fourth Ave., Iron River, MI 49935. Mark your contribution “License Fund.” For more information, contact Dean Dallavalle at 265-4242.