Sportsman’s supper Feb. 23 in IM

IRON MOUNTAIN — Family Baptist Church of Kingsford will host its 22nd annual Sportsman’s Seminar and Supper beginning at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, in the Iron Mountain Central Gym and Cafeteria, 300 W. Hughitt St.

After seminars and displays from 3 to 5 p.m., dinner will be served at 5:15 p.m.

Ross Crowe will present “The Outdoorsman’s Passion for Creation” at 6:15 p.m. Crowe is the founder of Fishing for Men Ministries, based in northern Minnesota. He holds a U.S. Coast Guard master’s captain license and is a tournament fishing champion.

The seminars and dinner are free, though any offerings will be appreciated. Door prizes donated by local businesses will be given away.

Displays include:

— Wildlife rehabilitation and Journey the owl, Phyllis Carlson.

— Identifying Michigan mammals, Walt Summers.

— Beginning trapping, Nathan Ruble.

— Bow hunting white-tailed deer, Ryan Peroceschi.

— Kayak fishing, Pete Yake.

— Duck hunting, Al Hart.

— Spearfishing, Bob Madigan.

— Pan fishing, Jerek Gutierrez.

— Turkey hunting, Tom Walker.

— North American game, Dean Hulce.

— Trapping and tanning, Fred Salczenko.

— United Sportsmen’s Club, Chris Grosskopf.

— U.P. Trappers Association.

Randy Gustafson and Merlin Calkins will coordinate a traditional archery range, while Dave Painter will offer interactive electronic hunting scenarios. Ken Huven will conduct a fly casting clinic.

Seminars include “The Fisherman’s Head” with Crowe at 3 p.m., and “Living Alone in the Wilderness” with Bill Knapp at 4 p.m.

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