Kansas youth hunters age 12-16 with an interest in upland game hunting are invited to submit an application to participate in the 2015 Kansas Governor’s Ringneck Classic. The hunt will be held in Goodland, November 19-22, and all expenses will be paid (except for license, gun and transportation) for two lucky youth hunters and their non-hunting chaperones. The two youth selected will also receive a lifetime membership to Pheasants Forever.
To apply, visit www.KansasRingneckClassic.com and click “Youth Hunt,” then “Youth Hunt Application” to download the PDF form. Applicants will then need to fill out some brief information and provide a short essay on what hunting to means to them and why they are interested in participating. Applications are due October 10.
The Ringneck Classic, which began in 2011, was created as a way to celebrate the rich hunting opportunities in Kansas, particularly for upland game. Proceeds from community events allow the host city to support local and regional programs and organizations.
For more information, contact Kansas Ringneck Classic staff at (785) 671-1000, or visit www.KansasRingneckClassic.com.