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Unified Sportsmen of PA State Membership Meeting

When: Sunday, October 10, 2021, @1:00 PM

Where: Old School House in Mazeppa, Union County
(GPS Point) 3230 Johnson Mill Road, Lewisburg, PA 17837

 

Main Speaker: John Eveland – Forester, Wildlife Biologist, and Ecologist

Main Topic: Chronic Wasting Disease and Deer Management!

Members and non-members are welcome to join us to learn more about CWD and express their views or concerns regarding hunting, fishing, and trapping in Pennsylvania.

 

For more information contact:

Phil Wagner – mg53@dejazzd.com or 570-966-2272
Pete Kingsley – pkgrampy77@gmail.com or 717-682-3999
For a printable flyer of the fall meeting. Click here

Traveling on US 80 exit onto US 15 south, go about 2 miles and turn right onto Col John Kelly Road, go about 4 miles and turn left onto Johnson Mill Rd, meeting in old schoolhouse across from the white church.

Traveling north from Harrisburg on US 15 go past Lewisburg about 3 miles and turn left on Col. John Kelly Rd, and go about 4 miles and turn left onto Johnson Mill Rd., meeting in old schoolhouse across from the white church.

Printable Map Click here

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USP held its fall membership meeting at Wesley United Methodist Church, 40 West Main St., Strasburg, PA 17579 on Saturday, September 12, 2020, at 1 PM.

The election of the 2020/2021 Board of Directors was held. The following individuals were elected. (President – Phil Wagner, Vice president – Pete Kingsley, Treasurer – Doug Tyger, Secretary – Blaine Toy, Regional directors NW – Dan Weaver, NC – Eric Stanford, NE Ralph Saggiomo, SW – Randy Santucci, SC Mike Strickhouser, and SE – Ron Cramer. Directors at Large Jim Wagner, Ron Benjamin, Lon Strayer, Eugene Stanford, Joe Clement, and Wayne Haas.)

John Eveland – Forester, Wildlife Biologist Ecologist, and President North American CWD Project was our speaker with the main topic will be working on a cure for Chronic Wasting Disease. We are working on a YouTube video of John’s presentation to be added to our site later.

 

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