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Dr. Rich Honored

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Dr. Rich honored for Commission service with painting by Rick Hill

Fifth District Commission member Dr. Jim Rich, when reappointed last year by Gov. Steven Beshear to his ninth consecutive term, became the Department’s longest serving member of the Fish and Wildlife Commission. Now beginning his 34th year representing the northern Kentucky area, his long service was recognized with a surprise presentation of a Rick Hill painting of him, adorned in waders and fishing a Kentucky stream. Commissioner Jon Gassett, Deputy Commissioner and longtime fishing companion Benjy Kinman and Hill were joined by the entire commission in presenting Rich the framed original painting. Arnold Mitchell, commissioner of the department when Rich was first appointed, was also on hand for the presentation. The painting will appear on the cover of the upcoming fall edition of Kentucky Afield magazine.
Article Text and Picture from the August 2009 Kentucky fish & Wildlife Commissioner's Newsletter

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 September 2009 02:51
 

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New to the web site is an area to post ideas, articles, or anything you feel important. I am asking, now that the Fair is over, for people from our organization to contribute articles on the Fifth District and their respective club. Tell us why you are a member of the 5th District, what it means to you, why you support this organization. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

We are proud to have our first contribution from Todd Cole. Why I Hunt

A very good article from TownHall.com - not one of our members but a good article to reiew.

Why Hunters and Hunting Rock and You Don't Part 1 and Part 2

 

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