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Narrow Lake Youth Camp
Sherwood Park Fish and Game Association (SPFGA) has over the years sponsored two youths between the ages of 12 to 16 for a full week of outdoor education at the Narrow Lake Conservation Centre located near the town of Athabasca.

The Club encourages its members to put forward names of family members who would like to experience a full week of outdoor education. Youth sponsored must be members of SPFGA. Names of the winners will be drawn at the May General Meeting at the Old Log Cabin.

The Youth Camps are held on the first and third week of July.
Contact the President at president@spfga.org for further details.

Becoming an Outdoor Woman (BOW)
This program is designed for women 18 years of age and older to learn outdoor skills usually associated with hunting and fishing, but useful for many outdoor pursuits.

The BOW Camps are held the second and fourth week of July.
For further details about registration fees, please contact Robin Butler at 780-895-7799. Email: robynbutler@live.com

WORK PARTY - RANGE
The annual work party is held every June. Volunteers are needed and whatever time you can donate is greatly appreciated. Coffee, donuts, lunch and dinner are provided. Watch for further details and contact information. Volunteers are needed and whatever time you can donate is greatly appreciated. Check the Events Calendar for details. Contact the President at president@spfga.org

FUN SHOOT
A fun shoot for members and families is scheduled every year and is held in July or August. Check the Events Calendar for details.

BLACK POWDER TRAIL CLEANUP
Every year, cleanup and maintenance of the Black Powder Trail is scheduled, usually at end of April. Check the Events Calendar for details. Contact the Black Powder Chair at blackpowder@spfga.org

BLACK POWDER SHOOT
The Edmonton House Brigade and Sherwood Park Fish & Game Association co-host a shoot in late May of each year and in September. The shoot has a theme of the era of the Western Fur Trade and dress in period costume is encouraged but not mandatory. Check the Events Calendar for dates and time. Contact the Black Powder Chair at blackpowder@spfga.org

SHOTGUN COMPETITIONS
The new trap season will start in the middle of May, again on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and on Sunday afternoons beginning at 12 noon. Contact the Shotgun Chair at shotgun@apfga.org for further details.

RIFLE COMPETITIONS
Check the Events Calendar or contact the Rifle Chair at rifle@spfga.org for further details.

HANDGUN COMPETITIONS
Check the Events Calendar or contact the Handgun Chair at handgun@spfga.org for further details.

ANNUAL AWARDS NIGHT
Sherwood Park Fish and Game Association awards trophies for the largest animals and fish and trophies for best scenic photo and best wildlife photos. See below for trophy categories. Members are encouraged to enter the previous year's animals and fish or scenic and wildlife photos.

Trophy Measuring: Last Sunday of January - see Events Calendar and Newsletter for details.

Annual Awards Night: Check the Events Calendar and Newsletter for details.

Trophy categories are:
Sheep
Elk
Typical Whitetail Deer
Non-Typical Whitetail Deer
Typical Mule Deer
Non-Typical Mule Deer
Moose
Antelope
Black Bear
Strathcona County Big Game
Black Powder
Archery
Junior Big Game
Duck
Goose
Pheasant
Warm Water Fish
Junior Fish under 18 years
Junior Fish under 12 years
Cold Water Fish
Scenic Photo
Wildlife Photo
Master Hunter