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Free hunting, fishing, outdoor recreation night planned

Posted 8/14/19

Sen. John DiSanto will host a free hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation information night on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission headquarters in Harrisburg.

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Free hunting, fishing, outdoor recreation night planned

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Sen. John DiSanto will host a free hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation information night on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission headquarters in Harrisburg.

The event will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 1601 Elmerton Ave. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.

“Participants will learn the latest legal and regulatory changes, as well as proposed legislation, impacting hunting and fishing, boating and other outdoor recreational activities. You’ll have an opportunity to share your views on these subjects if you’d like,” DiSanto said. “If you’re a hunter, angler or outdoor recreation enthusiast in Dauphin County or Perry County, this free event is for you.”

Representatives from the Fish and Boat Commission, Pennsylvania Game Commission, and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will be on hand to discuss their programs and take questions.

Door prizes will be awarded.

For more information or to register, contact DiSanto’s New Bloomfield office at 717-582-2454 or Harrisburg office at 717-787-6801, email jdisanto@pasen.gov, or visit www.senatordisanto.com.

DiSanto’s 15th Senatorial District consists of part of Dauphin County including the city of Harrisburg and the townships of Derry, East Hanover, Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Lower Paxton, Lykens, Middle Paxton, Mifflin, Reed, Rush, South Hanover, Susquehanna, Upper Paxton, Washington, Wayne, West Hanover, Wiconisco and Williams and the boroughs of Berrysburg, Dauphin, Elizabethville, Gratz, Halifax, Hummelstown, Lykens, Millersburg, Penbrook, Pillow and Williamstown and all of Perry County.