The Nevada Wildlife Federation is looking for a volunteer to help us with our FaceBook page and other social media items. Please contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Nevada Wildlife Federation is looking for a few good young people to become part of the Board of Directors. Anyone interested must join the organization ($25. per yr. membership) and be someone concerned about Nevada’s wildlife and there habitat. We need people in Reno, in Elko and Las Vegas.
The position requires about 50 hours of volunteer service per year. Some expenses are paid for. Contact Robert at email@example.com.
Free family firearms safety seminars at Las Vegas Bass pro shop.
Bass pro shop, Tactical West Las Vegas and the Nevada Department of Wildlife will present two free seminars on firearm safety and training to help gun owners take steps to handle and store firearms responsibly. Responsible storage of firearms is the number one way to prevent firearm accidents.
Each family will also receive a free gun lock and safety kit provided by ChildSafe and will be entered to win a $100 Bass pro shops gift card.
When Saturday, June 11, 2016 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM Las Vegas Bass pro shop.
Who Seminar will be conducted by Kevin McNair, owner of Tactical West, member of bass pros hunting pro staff and an instructor for the Nevada Department of Wildlife hunter education program. McNair was named a project ChildSafe local champion this year for the work to promote firearm safety. The seminar will generate awareness about firearm safety and proper storage as the number one way to help prevent firearm accidents, theft and misuse and provide resources to help gun owners properly secure their firearms when not in use.
For more information contact Kevin McNair 702 866 0078 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 8200 Dean Martin drive Las Vegas Nevada 89139
May she Rest in Peace.
On April 3rd 2016 the love of my life my wife Claudette caught a bad virus and ended up in the hospital in ICU. After over a month she was sent home because there was no more they could do for her. She had less than 19% of her lung capacity left because she was in the final stages of COPD. She smoked all of her fragile little life until 2012, but the damage was done. While in hospital under all types of drugs and treatment she had lost all memory of time and would not eat or drink much of anything. Without food or water she would not last long. On May 10th two days after Mother’s Day my wife of 51 years passed away. Our daughter Tammi and I and her brother loved her and were by her side at home until the end. Please keep Claudette in your prayer’s and say one for Tammi and me to help us keep our sanity.
Thank you for your thoughts and prayer’s