Area Sportsmen Groups Recognized

Two sportsmen’s clubs in McKean County are among those recognized by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission for 50 or more years of service in helping to stock the Commonwealth’s waterways.

The Eldred Conservation Club has been in the program for 54 years and annually raises 4,050 trout which they stock into three local waterways.

The Norwich Township Sportsmen Association has been in the program for 51 years and annually raises 5,050 trout which they stock into six local waterways.

The commission also recognized two Elk County groups.

The Hi La Sportsmen Association has been in the program for 58 years and annually raises 4,050 trout which they stock into two local waters.

The Saint Marys Sportsmen Club has been in the program for 51 years and annually raises 4,600 trout which they stock into four local waters.

Also recognized were the Health Township Sportsmen Club in Jefferson County and the Potter County Anglers Club.

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