Hunter Education classes coming to Rhea County

Hunting Season
Tennessee's squirrel and dove seasons are just weeks away. That means time is getting short for those who need their hunter education certificate. (Photo: Richard Simms)

With squirrel and deer seasons right around the corner, Rhea County Wildlife Resource Officer Jarod Coxey is pleased to announce hunter education classes are coming to Rhea County High School at the beginning of next month.

Dates will be from August 1 through August 6 (Monday through Saturday morning excluding Wednesday night).  Class will be from 6-9 each night and 7-9 on Saturday morning.

Kids must be at least 9 years old when the class starts to register. Also students must attend all classes to be certified.

Coxey encourages all students to pre-register by going to our TWRA website and signing up under the Hunter education section. The class I’d # is 1710.

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