Making a difference: donations for youth hunters

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Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 12:00 am

If you have been hunting for any amount of time you likely have a garage filled with gear and a closet choked with camouflage and blaze orange. Chances are some of it doesn’t get used near as much as it should. Perhaps you even have a significant other that reminds you of such on a regular basis, too.

Each year hundreds of participants take part in the mentored hunts across Nebraska. However, for many that are new to hunting a limiting factor is the right clothes or the necessary gear. This is especially true for those that come from a non-hunting family and that may be living on a very tight budget. Each year we see and hear the stories of an interested newbie showing up for a hunt on a 20 degree day wearing just blue jeans, tennis shoes and a hoodie. Here’s your chance to shine.

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