ANNOUNCEMENTS


The Bullthistle Hiking Club will have a vendor table at Wolf Mountain on Sunday Oct. 13th.  Come visit Marie Inglee, Carrie Williams, and Dan O'Shea while they are volunteering for BHC. If you haven't been to Wolf Mt you really need to stop by and check the place out. The event runs from 11 AM to 4 PM on Sunday and is only $5 admission.
Here are the details:

13th annual Honoring the Spirit of the Wolf celebration
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photo by L Gramley
Sunday, October 13th, 2019
11 am - 4 pm
Held rain or shine, this is our annual fundraiser to not only raise monies to continue to cover expenses of providing quality care to the center's animals, but is also an opportunity for us to share information and raise awareness about wild canines, our environment, and their interconnectedness with each other.

Visitors can help fill carved pumpkins with various goodies for the animals, then watch as the critters investigate, play, and gobble their treats.
Additional activities confirmed include:
information stations at animal exhibits
Sled dogs of Smokey Hill demonstrations
Jim Okey, magician
DEC K9 exhibit
Native American Indian crafts
Children's tent with various activities
Holy Smoke BBQ
Stewart's Shop (burgers, dogs, etc.)
Rock & Roll Kettle Corn
Visits from Red Riding Hood & the Wolf
Wolf Den Gift Shop (cash only)

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Peg


























just realized to my horror that I let the latest issue of FLT News out without hunting season dates in it.  bad irene.



there are many creatures which can be hunted for long seasons, so pay attention all the time after october 1st, until december 17th, and wear high visibility clothing!  the more blaze orange the better.  dogs will benefit from little orange vests, too.  i've made them by using the torso of an orange vest that has its own velcro fastener, and sewing a channel into the neck end so the collar can be run through it.



deer and bear are open for bow hunting oct 1-nov 15, then guns begin on nov 16, through dec. 8.  many counties now permit rifles instead of shotguns, which have a longer range.  there is also a late bow season dec 9-17.



fall turkey season is oct 19-Nov 1.



editor irene

We need someone to help with the BHC display table on Oct. 13th.

The event is Wolf Mountains Harvest Festival. The event runs from 11 to 4 PM, but set up needs to be completed by 10:30.
It is preferred to have 2 shifts since it is 5 hours.
I have another commitment and cannot be there. The event is fun and it is an enjoyable day there.

let me know if you can help.

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Peg

Bullthistle hiking members, potential members and former members,



Please take 2 minutes to complete this 10 question survey for the Bullthistle Hiking Club. We are trying to increase our hike participation and your answers to this survey will help us understand what people want for hiking. 
Just click on the link and answer the questions. It is anonymous. We appreciate you help with this survey.

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you
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Peg Fuller
BHC President
315-653-7345

BHC members,



There are a few things that require volunteers, so please consider helping:

1. Oxford Farmer's Market (outside) runs until the end of the month. It is held Saturdays 9 AM to noon. Setup by 8:30. Setting up and staffing the BHC table and answer basic club and hiking questions to anyone interested.

2. Oct. 13th is a festival at Wolf Mountain. The event is 11 AM to 4 PM. Set up must be complete by 10:30. We can have 2 shifts if it is too long for one shift. Same thing, set up the table, answer basic questions.
3. FLT Fall weekend Oct. 20th-22nd - we are hosting the event out of Fred's Inn.  If you would like to help at registration or help with car shuttles or help by being a sweep on one of the numerous hikes, let me know ASAP. Also, if you plan on attending the dinners, registration and payment is due by Sunday, the 8th.

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Peg Fuller
315-653-7345

The Bullthistle Hiking Club had a table at the Oxford Farmers Market on Saturday (Aug 31st). Thank you Rob and Deb Ruski.

Now we need someone to staff the table at the Oxford Farmers Market one of the Saturday's in September. Set up 8:30 AM and the event is 9 to 12 noon.