Practical Field Trauma Care presented to you by Forge Training Concepts and the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association. 

Practical Field Trauma Care presented to you by Forge Training Concepts and the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association. 

August 10-11, 2024 Based on the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care, this course is designed over the span of two days to provide you with the practical knowledge and hands-on skills that are necessary to intervene and bridge the gap between trauma in the field and emergency medical response. This is NOT your traditional first aid course. We utilize scenario based training over two days to ensure students are competent in the course material.  Minimum age: 18 yrs old…

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LFGA June 22, 2024  RANGE OFFICER COURSE 

LFGA June 22, 2024  RANGE OFFICER COURSE 

Hello Folks: NOTE: If you are already a Range Officer you do NOT need to take this course BUT please pass this message on to someone who may be interested in joining LFGA and becoming a Range Officer.   RANGE OFFICER COURSE DETAILS.  Saturday June 22 2024 at 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO SAVE A SPOT Email the following information to [email protected] First name Last name  Membership number Phone number  Email address AFTERNOON OF THE COURSE:  The course fee…

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Thank you Volunteers!

Thank you Volunteers!

Last weekend we had an amazing turnout for National Open Range Day! I would like to thank everyone that volunteered their time on Saturday and contributed to making National Open Range Day such a success. It was a wonderful day for this event, the sun was shining with only a gentle breeze, allowing many to come out and enjoy this special day. We couldn’t have made this happen without the support of our amazing volunteers. Some of the duties of the day…

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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR HUNTING DRAW WORKSHOPS! June 3rd or 4th

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR HUNTING DRAW WORKSHOPS! June 3rd or 4th

This workshop will explain how the hunting draw system works. You will gain an understanding of how priority points are awarded, how to predict your draw success, where the greatest success rates are for the critters you want to hunt, and application strategies.. There will be ample time for questions. Attendees should have read the Hunting Draws Booklet and have a basic understanding of draw application procedures. All attendees must bring a fully-charged tablet or laptop, pen, and paper. Attendees…

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THERE IS STILL TIME! Today Jun. 1 until 4pm

THERE IS STILL TIME! Today Jun. 1 until 4pm

THERE IS STILL TIME! Everyone, members and non-members, still have time today to participate in our National Open Range Day, which is COMPLETELY FREE. No permits are required. Our LFGA Range Officers and Mentors from our special programs and sister organizations such as our Bench Rest League, our Woman Who Shoot program, Open Clay Leauge, SAFE Society, Chinook Country Shooters Club, and others will facilitate an opportunity to try pistol, rifle, shotgun, and archery. You have until 4:00pm today Sat….

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LFGA May 25, 2024  RANGE OFFICER COURSE 

LFGA May 25, 2024  RANGE OFFICER COURSE 

Hello Folks: If you are already a Range Officer you do NOT need to take this course BUT please pass this message on to someone who may be interested in joining LFGA and becoming a Range Officer.   RANGE OFFICER COURSE DETAILS.  Saturday  May 25.2023 at 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO SAVE A SPOT Email the following information to [email protected] First name Last name  Membership number Phone number  Email address AFTERNOON OF THE COURSE:  The course fee will be…

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Hunting Draw Workshops June 3rd and 4th

Hunting Draw Workshops June 3rd and 4th

This workshop will explain how the hunting draw system works. You will gain an understanding of how priority points are awarded, how to predict your draw success, where the greatest success rates are for the critters you want to hunt, and application strategies.. There will be ample time for questions. Attendees should have read the Hunting Draws Booklet and have a basic understanding of draw application procedures. All attendees must bring a fully-charged tablet or laptop, pen, and paper. Attendees…

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Changes to Bird Categories for 2024

Changes to Bird Categories for 2024

There is now Upland Hunter of the year as well as Migratory Hunter of the year. $50 gift card for first$25 gift card for second$10 gift card for thirdUpland and Migratory hunter of the year $50 gift card There is two divisions adult and youth under 18. Will be using AWF bird categories for the competition. Canada gooseSnow GooseWhite Fronted GooseMallard DuckPheasantMerriam’s TurkeyRuffed GrouseSharp Tailed GrouseSpruce GrousePtarmiganHungarian Partridge All birds must be weighed on a government approved scale.Pheasant MUST have…

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2024 Archery Programs

2024 Archery Programs

Lethbridge Fish and Game Archery Youth Target Archery –  Youth target archery run by an NCCP Competition Development coach. [Free Program] Thursdays beginning May 16. Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Access to range 5:45 p.m. Archers must have their own equipment.  Experience is encouraged, but not necessary.  For more information contact Jude Hooey at [email protected] Email communication any time. 3D Fun Night-   Tuesdays starting May 7th. And ending August 20th. Times as follows. Access Range at 6.00 pm for warm up. Event starts at 6:30 pm and…

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Range Clean Up Announcement

Range Clean Up Announcement

May 4th The Range will be CLOSED for this event! EVENT DETAILS – Starting at 9:00 AM: This is a key event for the LFGA Range. Our thanks in advance to all who come out to help.  A few key points: What do we want to accomplish.  Chores will include but not be limited to; picking rocks, picking garbage, raking and spreading wood chips, moving large beams with loaders, piling metal for recycling, rebuilding steel reactive targets and their enclosures, rebuild…

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