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National Field Archery Association to Hold Yankton’s First Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids

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YANKTON: --The National Field Archery Association will hold Yankton’s first-ever Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids  at the NFAA/ Easton Regional Center for Archery Excellence, 800 Archery Lane, on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010. The camp will be held from 8 - 5 p.m. The day will be filled with outdoor experiences for children ages 8 to 16. 
            Hands on learning opportunities will include archery, air rifles, trap shooting, fishing, game calling, sling shots, geo-caching and much more! Participants will receive lunch, drinks, event t-shirt, fishing rod and archery accessories as a part of the paid registration. 
            Questions about the camp please call the NFAA at (800) 811-2331. Kamp is limited to the first 200 paid registrations. Register on-line at Questions about registering please call (605) 668-5234. Registration ends Friday, Sept. 17 at  Noon or when sold out.
            Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids is a 501c3 organization, which is operated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes. Kamp for Kids has four main goals:
 - To establish, maintain and operate a summer camp for youth that emphasizes in nature appreciation, woodloar, wildlife habits, conservation, archery instruction and hunter safety education.
 - To work with anti-drug programs to provide young people with a healthy, positive alternative to illicit drug use by promoting the ethical and responsible utilization of our natural resources.
 - To organize groups, emphasizing young people, to assist with conservation projects such as habitat preservation, tree plantings and stream clean-ups.
 - To promote awareness, education and implementation of wildlife conservation practices through proper habitat and management principals.
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Todd Larson
Director, Yankton Department of Parks and Recreation
Phone: 605-668-5230

Bruce Cull
President, NFAA
Phone: 605-661-0877