Free self-protection seminar offered
DERRY — Professional Martial Arts Academy is holding a free self-protection seminar for women Thursday, July 26, from 8 to 8:45 p.m. at 15 E. Broadway.
The seminar will give women the knowledge of basic street protection. Participants will leave ready and able to use the concepts taught.
Topics will include situational awareness, street-wise precautions, the human's physical weak spot, and learning how to escape an attacker.
Space is limited. Call 434-7995 to register now.
Wildcat football camp starts soon
DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire football program's Wildcat Football Camp will run Sunday, July 15, through Thursday, July 19, at the UNH football facilities.
The UNH coaching staff, select area high school coaches and other New England college coaches will provide skills instruction for campers in grades 6 through 12.
The Wildcat Football Camp is a full-contact camp offering specialized and technical instruction to athletes of every group, regardless of skill or position.
Time will be spent teaching each athlete both offensive and defensive skills, as well as flexibility and weight training.
Each camper will receive personal attention from the best college and high school coaches in the area. Each athlete will receive a free camp T-shirt.
Grades 6-9 will practice separately from grades 10-12. There will be one hour devoted to offense and one hour devoted to defense each day, with kicking instruction taking place from 5:15 to 6 p.m. daily. Camp will close with a full-contact scrimmage on Thursday, July 19, at approximately 6:30 p.m. There will be a certified athletic trainer in attendance before, during and after all practice sessions.
Camp tuition is $180, including a $30 nonrefundable administrative fee. Campers must supply their own approved helmet, shoulder pads, pants, football shoes and mouth guard. For more information, contact Bobby Callahan at 862-1852 or email@example.com.
Visit the UNH football page at unhwildcats.com and click on "Summer Camps" to register online.
Moose permits are still an option
CONCORD — Didn't get picked in the lottery? You still have an option for hunting moose in New Hampshire this fall.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire's 2012 New Hampshire Moose Permit Auction is open. Bids must be received by Aug. 3. Official bid guidelines and documents are available by mail and for downloading from the foundation's website, nhwildlifefoundation.org.
This is the fourth annual auction run by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of N.H. As the official nonprofit partner of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, the foundation is authorized to auction up to five permits to the five highest bidders.
Proceeds from the auction help support critical fish and wildlife conservation and education programs of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, such as K-9 Search and Rescue, Barry Conservation Camp, Owl Brook Hunter Education Center, aerial stocking of remote trout ponds, New Hampshire events for National Hunting and Fishing Day, and Wild Times for Kids.
Successful bidders in the 2012 auction will need to show proof of a previous hunting license or a certificate of completion of an approved hunter education training program. Winning auction permit holders will be able to harvest one moose of either sex in a wildlife management unit of their choice, and will be responsible for purchasing their own 2012 New Hampshire hunting license to accompany their moose permit.