"Respected Access in Arizona" Fundraiser is Nov. 7
Book before Oct. 15 for 'early bird' savings
The Arizona Game and Fish Department and nonprofit Tread Lightly!, along with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Forest Service, are committed to keeping Arizona’s public lands healthy and open through the successful “Respected Access is Open Access in Arizona” campaign.
To help raise awareness of the importance of protecting access and enhancing outdoor recreational opportunities, such as recreational shooting, off-highway vehicle (OHV) use, and camping, the department and Tread Lightly! are hosting a special fundraising event Saturday, Nov. 7.
- WHAT: Fun-shoot, barbecue dinner, raffles, live and silent auctions.
- WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 7. 1-5 p.m. (fun-shoot), 5-8 p.m. (barbecue dinner, catered by Bobby Q restaurant).
- WHERE: Arizona State Credit Union Pavilion, at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center, 5060 W. Skeet St., Phoenix, AZ 85086.
- COST: Fun-shoot (including targets and two boxes of ammunition) and dinner is $75 before Oct. 15, then $100 after Oct. 15. Only dinner, which includes beverages and a door-prize raffle ticket, is $50 before Oct. 15, then $60 after Oct. 15.
- TICKETS: http://tinyurl.com/respectedaccess, or call (800) 966-9900 (ext.13).
Proceeds will be used to help fund the long-term implementation of strategies of the “Respected Access is Open Access in Arizona” campaign. For more information, visit www.respectedaccessarizona.org.