New Events at Eastern Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation 19th Annual Hunting Show

New Events and Activities at Eastern Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation 19th Annual Hunting and Fishing Show

Eastern Chapter FNAWS
Eastern Chapter FNAWS

LANCASTER, PA –-( There are exciting changes happening at the Eastern Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation (Formerly Eastern Chapter Foundation for North American Wild Sheep) 19th annual hunting and fishing show.

The three day convention held January 28-30, 2010 at the Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center will feature several topical seminars, banquets, and more. The show features over 65 exhibitors, 4 live auctions and a silent auction. Auction items include domestic and international hunting and fishing trips, art, jewelry, furs, and vacations just to name a few.

Come out on Thursday night to our first annual Wild Game social and Meet and Greet with Bob Foulkrod; star of Bass Pro Shops “Real Hunting” and “Winchester Legends.” Dance and sing along to southern rock band “Smokin’ Gunzz” and meet and talk with Bob Foulkrod in a relaxed setting. Several different types of wild game will be available to try. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Bob Foulkrod will also be hosting a seminar on Saturday morning with complimentary coffee and donuts.

Enjoy a delicious breakfast with world class bow hunter Tom Hoffman! He will be giving a seminar and answering your bow hunting questions on Friday morning.

Interested in learning how to properly pack for a hunting trip? Learn from Master guide and owner/operator of Asian Mountain Outfitters Bryan Martin at his Friday afternoon seminar “Packing Light, Packing Right.” Also become an expert in the common pitfalls of international hunting/traveling. Chris Nash from Simon Nash Safaris, Australia will instruct you on the most common mistakes made when hunting abroad.

Come out Friday evening to the Exhibitor Reception and Pig Roast. In conjunction with this event, Lancaster Homebrew will also be hosting a wine tasting with their own homemade wine.

Bring the whole family – there will be a wildlife forensic crime scene activity presented by Dan Lynch of the Pennsylvania State Game Commission on Saturday morning and laser shooting for youth throughout the entire event.

For more information on the convention please visit the Eastern Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation website at or contact the office at 717.336.3743.