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    Default Becoming an Outdoors-Woman/RMEF Scholarships Available. Wonder Valley Ranch Sanger CA

    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman/RMEF Scholarships Available

    Wednesday, August 4, 2010

    The Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW), California organization is offering twenty partial (one half) scholarships to the popular multi-course workshop at Wonder Valley Ranch in Sanger, California October 22-24, 2010. Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has generously funded these scholarships for women who want to learn outdoor skills but cannot afford the full ($395) registration fee. Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and BOW share the vision of providing quality learning experiences for women interested in outdoor skills. Preference will be given to first-time workshop participants who are fulltime students, single parents of young children and/or those who live in low-income households. The full cost of the workshop is $395 and the partial scholarships will cover $200. The remainder of the registration fee ($195) is the responsibility of the participant.

    To be considered for Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation/BOW scholarship aid, submit your completed workshop registration form and a check for your portion of the registration fee ($195) with this application by September 3rd, 2010. Your check will be refunded if a scholarship is not awarded.

    Courses to choose from include fly fishing, fly tying, map and compass, GPS, trap shooting, personal self-defense, wilderness first aid, ropes course (confidence building), kayaking, outdoor cooking, archery, bow hunting, and exploring wild California. Registration covers two nights lodging in the comfortable 4-person rooms, food for the three days, all equipment for the courses, door prizes and more fun that you can imagine.

    The application for the scholarships is available at www.bowca.org . The link is located on the bottom of the front page. This is a great opportunity to experience the fun and camaraderie of being with 100 women learning new skills and renewing their self confidence. Don't miss this opportunity. Apply today.

    For more information, contact Susan Herrgesell, President, BOW California at susan@bowca.org or 530-347-0227.

    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, California, is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering opportunities to learn outdoor skills in a safe, encouraging and supportive environment. The program offers workshops in one-, two- or three-day workshop with valuable hands-on experiences.

    The workshops foster the learning process and provide the opportunity for women to enjoy the outdoors while encouraging and empowering them to build their self-confidence in the outdoors and in life's adventures.

    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, California, is a non-profit, public benefits corporation (501(c)(3)) sponsored solely by personal contributions, private grants, and event registration fees.

    Contact:
    Susan Herrgesell, President, BOW California, susan@bowca.org or (530) 347-0227
    Jeff "Jesse" James - Owner of Jesse's Hunting & Outdoors

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    Once my two daughters are old enough, this would be awesome for them. Thanks

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