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We are looking forward to our Spring 2017 Chat-n-Chew series.
Bring your lunch, share information, network, and learn in this casual and welcoming environment.
Hunters ages 12 and 13 must be accompanied by a licensed family member age 18 or older.
Hunters ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by a licensed adult age 18 or older.
Transition is an outcome based process that is long range in nature.
In this four-part series we will learn how to access the services and systems your child will need as they move into adulthood and how important it is to start preparing early to ensure success. How will it affect my adult child with a disability who is in a vocational or pre-vocational program now or will be in the near future?
Visit the Pennsylvania Game Commission website for more information about military and veteran licenses.
Pennsylvania residents age 65 or older may purchase the Resident Senior Hunting License for a reduced fee or the Resident Senior Hunting Lifetime License for a one-time fee.
The lifetime license must be renewed each year to receive valid harvest tags; the renewal license is free.
Come learn the answers to these questions and join in a discussion on how these new regulations will affect your navigation of the special needs community.
A resident is a person who has lived in Pennsylvania for at least 30 days.