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Remington Park to host Ducks Unlimited event on Friday

Outdoors notebook: Shooting contest in August at H&H; Guy Sandy temporarily closed; Youth deer hunts available; Archery shoot starts Saturday in McAlester; Volunteers needed to take kids fishing
BY ED GODFREY Staff Writer Modified: July 30, 2011 at 10:27 pm •  Published: July 30, 2011

The Ducks Unlimited Premigration Event will be Friday at Remington Park in Oklahoma City in the Eclipse Suite.

The fundraising event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will include food, beer, wine and silent and live auctions. Tickets are $50.

For more information, call David Greenberg at 359-8466 or Steve Collyar at 330-0025.

Shooting contest at H&H

Saturday is the deadline to apply for the H&H Shootout, a gun and archery contest, at the H&H Sports Shooting Complex in Oklahoma City.

The beginning rounds will be Aug. 8-13 with the finals on Aug. 20.

There will be competition in open and women's divisions in both firearms and archery. In addition, the archery contest will include a junior division for ages 14 and younger.

Entry fee is $50 for adults and $35 for juniors. For more information, visit

Campground closed

The Guy Sandy campground in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area near Sulphur has been closed temporarily because of the extreme fire conditions in south-central Oklahoma.

Also, there is a temporary ban in the park on ash-producing fires. Gas grills are permitted for cooking where the grill is at least 5 feet from vegetation.

Youth deer hunts available

Aug. 19 is the deadline for hunters ages 12 to 17 to apply for antlerless deer hunts this fall and winter.

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