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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is looking for persons age 18 or older interested in becoming volunteer hunter education instructors. According to Hunter Education Coordinator Jim Dawson, there is an ever-present need for new volunteer instructors to teach hunter education throughout Wyoming, and recruitment of new instructors to meet public demands is an ongoing task. Dawson said demand for hunter education classes increases at the beginning of each year, with a steady demand for classes in most Wyoming communities throughout the year. Persons interested in becoming a hunter education instructor can call the state Game and Fish office in Cheyenne at (307)777-4538.

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