Hunter safety courses offered in Rhinelander
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office and the School District of Rhinelander Community Education Program are co-sponsoring two Wisconsin DNR certified hunter’s safety courses for ages 12 and older.
Course objectives include reducing the potential for accidents, injuries and fatalities; reducing the potential for conflict between participants, landowners and other resource users; promoting safe, responsible and ethical use of the environment and resources.
Students are required to obtain a DNR customer ID number for this class. Register online at rhinelander.k12.wi.us/community/communityeducation.cfm, then contact the DNR at 888-936-7463 to obtain the customer ID number, and finally, contact Mike Cheslock by phone at 715-365-9745 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide him with the number. Following this procedure will ensure proper registration.
Students with special needs are asked to notify Cheslock prior to class and request special accommodations that may be required for participation.
The first class meets six times, beginning on Sept. 16, from 4-7 p.m. at the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office. The second class offering begins Oct. 14.
Details are at the community ed website above. For questions, call Mike at 715-365-9745.