FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 4, 2011
Hardin County Sportsmen’s Club Recognized
FINDLAY, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife recently presented the Liberty Conservation Club with an award for their outstanding service to Hardin County.
The Liberty Conservation Club, located near Ada, has been a leader in support of recruitment and retention of hunters and shooters. They provide free hunter education courses, an annual youth fishing derby in May as well as a monthly public fish fry. During the deer gun season and muzzleloader season the Liberty Conservation Club is a deer check station providing a needed service and a place for deer hunters to gather. Further, club members have a firing range on site for their use.
“It is partnerships with clubs like the Liberty Conservation Club that help make the ODNR Division of Wildlife such a success,” says State Wildlife Officer Ryan Kennedy. “They are a true asset to Hardin County’s tradition of outdoor recreation and tradition.”