Invite a friend
Hunter Education Class
Trained instructors use electronic media and other teaching aids to make the course interesting for both young and old. Topics covered include: Firearms use, hunting incidents, ammunition, traditions and ethics, conservation, safe hunting practices and responsibilities. This certificate lasts a lifetime and does not have to be repeated. You must be 11 years old prior to taking the class and must show proof of age. This certificate not only completes the hunters education requirement for Missouri but also 49 other states, Canada and Mexico.
Session: February 25-26, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
TO REGISTER GO TO: WWW.MDC.MO.GOV/HUNT/HUNTERED
More About Sunset Hills City
This southwestern area of St. Louis County became a city in 1957 and annexed neighboring parcels of land up through 1998, expanding its size to nine square miles. The city is primarily residential, with most businesses and retail establishments situated along Lindbergh Boulevard, Watson and Gravois Roads. The city government campus houses three key buildings surrounded by picturesque Watson Trail Park: City Hall, police headquarters and the new addition of the Community Center.