Highlands Chapter, NWTF
Highlands Chapter
National Wild Turkey Federation

262 Burnt Meadow Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456
FUNDRAISERS
In keeping within the traditions of the NWTF, the Highlands Chapter is conducting a fundraiser to benefit the chapter's goals of reaching out to our community with NWTF Outreach Programs.

Funds raised by our efforts will help provide more scholarships, run Jakes Events, conduct Mentored Hunts for Jakes and Disabled, and provide more through the Turkey Hunters Care program.

We hope to reduce the strain on our NJ Hunting Heritage Funds so that it can be used for our state's larger projects.
HIGHLAND CHAPTER NWTF RAFFLE

Non Profit
Tax Exempt Number 58-2037983
First Prize Second Prize Third Prize
50" Flat Screen TV
or
Comparable Gift Certificate
Value $800.00
Apple I Pad
or
Comparable Gift Certificate
Value $400.00
37" Flat Screen TV
or
Comparable Gift Certificate
Value $300.00


Donation:
1 Ticket $5.00 / Book of 6 tickets for $20.00


Proceeds to Help Support the Preservation of our Environment for Future Sportsmen,
Benefit Turkey Hunters Care and NWTF Outreach Programs.

Drawing on Dec. 2016
North Jersey Trap Club, 488 Horseneck Road, Fairfield N.J.

Need not be present to win.
No substitute of Prizes offered.
JAKES

Youth Deer Bow Hunt
Nov. 2016

Walkill River, National Wildlife Refuge

Sussex, NJ

The Walkill River National Wildlife Refuge in partenership with the National Wild Turkey Federation is hosting a Youth Deer Hunt on the Refuge.

This hunt is open to two hunters this year and we are looking for two candidates as alternatives in case our registered hunters cannot make the hunt. Requirements are that the youth must have his hunter safety certicate and his license. No special permits are required. The following link to our Downloadable Flyer

Registration must be in by October 30, 2015
Contact:
Fran Stephenson, Walkill CSO,
973-879-5298

2017 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PERIOD IS OPEN
Application Deadline - December 31, 2016

The Scholarship Application Period for 2016 has closed. However, is is not too early to apply for the 2017 Scholarship. Qualified applicants who submit their application in on time can compete for local, state, and national scholarship funds.

If you or someone you know is graduating in 2017, you may apply for a $250 Scholarship from your local NWTF Chapter. Winners from local chapters compete for the $500 State Scholarship and the winner of the State Scholarship may compete for the $10,000 National, NWTF Scholarship, providing the application has been submitted early enough.

Click Here to goto the NWTF Scholarship Info Pages and to download a scholarship application.

WITO

No Event Scheduled

Wheelin Sportsmen

The Walkill River National Wildlife Refuge has scheduled a
Wheelin' Sportsman's /Wounded Warrior Bow Hunt
for November 2017.
Specific Dates TBA The Highlands and Skylands Chapters, and New Jersey State Chapter
have all been invited to participate and a number of NWTF members
have volunteered to act as mentors in this hunt.

The Hunt The hunt will take place over three-days in Permit Bow Season,
in an area of the Walkill River NWR reserved for special hunts.
The refuge is located just north of Sussex, NJ.

Twelve hunters, will each participate on a one-day hunt.
Four hunters per day, with mentors, will go out in pre-set blinds over three days.

Because this is a bow hunt, Archery Licenses, and Permit Bow tags
are required for Zone 2.
Walkill can provide crossbows if necessary.

If you wish to participate as a volunteer, or as a hunter, please contact:

Chelsea DiAntonio
CSO
Walkill River NWR
1547 Route 565, Sussex, NJ

973-879-5298
chelsea_diantonio@fws.gov
Jesse Mihatov
Maintenance
Walkill River NWR
1547 Route 565, Sussex, NJ

862-354-4957
jessemihatov@fws.gov

Women in the Outdoors
No Event Scheduled
Turkey Hunters Care





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