Ladies night brings the triggers out in DC

It was a great public turn out on November 21 for women at Corlane Sporting Goods. Guns and the great outdoors were on the agenda.

Hosted by the Dawson Creek District Chamber of Commerce, speakers included Rachel Ahtila and Jocelyn McDonald, who shared their experiences hunting/guiding in the mountains. Hunter training was also covered.

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“It’s great to be representing on behalf of women in the industry, the gear advancement that is being made in the back country is just amazing,” McDonald says.

Refreshments and door prizes were handed out. Tasty food was served by The Meat Doctor, Marsha Stewart.  

“Stay tuned we will be looking to a mens night, to be announced,” noted Chamber executive director Kathleen Connolly.

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