Hunter Safety (All Ages)
Hunter education courses teach new hunters responsibility, ethics, firearm safety, wildlife conservation and wildlife identification, game care, survival, and first aid. Courses are offered year-round throughout the state, though the majority occur in the fall during August, September, and October. The typical hunter education course consists of two to five sessions with a total class time of 10-12 hours. Lunch and a snack will be provided for all participants. Please note if there are any food allergies when registering. Students 10 and under shall be accompanied by an adult.
Site: Marion Township Hall, 2877 W Coon Lake Rd
Refuse To Be A Victim (All Ages)
Refuse To Be A Victim is a 4-hour crime prevention seminar designed to prove common-sense information geared toward awareness and avoidance of criminal attack. What would you do if someone broke into your house while you were home? What would you do if someone demanded you get in the car? Get tips on maximizing home, auto, travel, and personal security; learn carjacking prevention strategies, self-defense options and more.
Cost: $60 Resident / $80 Non-Resident