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for youth in the shooting sports

Next Hunter Safety Field Day for 2024

will be shortly after Labor Day 

It will be announced on this site, FB, and the MI DNR website this summer


In accordance with Michigan Department of Natural Resources, our staff of Certified Hunter Safety Instructors provide hands on and classroom training to young hunters. Students will learn about gun safety, rules and the law taught by a Michigan Conservation Officer, first aid taught by First Responders, habitat, conservation, live fire, and more!  We teach our classes in conjunction with the Eagles FOE #925 who graciously provide dinner for our class each session.

Our Hunter Safety class is open to all ages.  This class currently is a Michigan DNR Hunter Safety Field Day.  That means you must have completed the online portion, passed the exam, and registered for the Field Day on the DNR website.  The only way you can register for the Field Day is after you’ve completed the online portion of the class.  After attending the Field Day and passing the Field Day exam, you will be issued your Hunter Safety Certificate.  This class will be held at the Grand Haven Eagles #925 in downtown Grand Haven.  

Register here: https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/education/hunter-rec-edu-safety 


NORGC is excited to team with NORA to provide our youth with opportunities to experience a variety of shooting sports in a summer camp format at different periods throughout the  year.  

NORGC/NORA is offering age appropriate Archery shooting opportunities for youth with stick and string.  This class will shoot both indoors and outdoors on static bullseye targets as well as 3-D targets.  We have new Genesis bows that fit a variety of sizes and carbon arrows for true flight.  Please contact NORA at 616 850-5125 for dates, times, and to register at https://norarec.org/  

Skeet, trap, and our NEW Sporting Clays camp offers youth the opportunity to enjoy the shotgun sports.  NORGC has youth 20 gauge shotguns to fit nearly every size.  Coupled with low recoil ammo, they give the young shooter a chance to bust some clays!  We hope to inspire our young shooters to join the Grand Haven High School Trap Team which has gone to the State shoot both years of its existence!