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Please join us for the Annual Wetzel SRA Cleanup on Saturday, May 4 starting at 9:00am. Registration, coffee and donuts while they last at 8:30am. Lunch at noon.

We meet in the parking lot at the dead end of 27 Mile Rd., west of Werderman Rd. For directions click the link: https://goo.gl/maps/R6nhqBjgZS9dz3YQ9

Bring your work gloves and boots and dress appropriately for the weather. The event goes on rain or shine.

Kids accompanied by an adult are welcome and encouraged to participate. A Certificate of Park Stewardship will be awarded to all young participants.

Any questions call me at 586-790-3485

Thank you! Hope to see you there!

John Nowakowski

The Saint Clair Flats Hunting Retriever Club is hosting a two day hunt test at Wetzel State Recreation area.  The tests will start with 7:00am registration.  You can go to the HRC website for information. Registration is now open for the St Clair Flats HRC spring hunt test for May 11 – 12, 2019. Please use huntsecretary.com for registration. Reminder that walk up entries on the day of the test will be charged an extra $10.
https://huntsecretary.com/eventinfo.asp?mhuntid=1003232

Greetings:
The April club meeting will be Tuesday the 16th at the Chesterfield Cabela’s store starting PROMTLY at 6:30 pm. Please arrive ahead of time. as we have a guest speaker. Doctor Brooks, a veterinarian, will start off the meeting discussing First Aid for dogs. Dr. Brooks has graciously offered his time to inform and educate our members on caring for dogs. He is available to answer and discuss questions you may have regarding what to do in certain situations and other burning questions. Let’s have a good turn out for him. Following his presentation we will need to finalize our May hunt test. Additional items for discussion will be club training sessions and the purchase of a yearly club membership to use the training grounds at Crooked Foot Hunt Club. These club activities benefit all our club members, but also require some type of financing. Which bring up our primary fund raisers for the year. As voted on and approved by the membership there is currently a pheasant hunt raffle and future goose hunt raffle to help defray the costs of these and other club requirements. That being said we need our members to step up and either purchase or sell tickets. A few members have already sold tickets but we really need all our members help to make these a success.

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