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Do You Need Health Insurance?
Let’s Go Fishing Program Seeks Volenteer Ice Fishing Instructors
Health Insurance Market- place Open Enrollment is offi- cially here! From November 1, 2022, through January 15, 2023, you’ll be able to enroll in, or
change, your healthcare cover- age options. Trust us, we know how confusing navigating cover- age options can be. As your local community health center, we be-
lieve that everyone should have access to high-quality health care. That’s why Mid-State has Certified Application Counselors available, FREE OF CHARGE, to anyone in the community who needs assistance choosing the best plan for them.
There are plenty of ways to get in touch with our Market- place Assistance Team:
• Attend one of our Enrollment
Fairs! Visit us online at mid- to find our most up-to-date list of fairs throughout Central New Hampshire.
• Send our team an email at mar- • Schedule a free in-person ap-
pointment at any of our loca- tions by calling 603- 536-4000 Ext. 1450.
Again, assistance is FREE and open to everyone in the commu- nity.
Are you an ice angler who is looking to give back to your community? Do you want to share your love of fishing on the ice? New Hampshire Fish and Game’s Let’s Go Fishing Pro- gram is currently seeking new volunteer instructors to take part in ice fishing programs around the state. All levels of fishing ex- perience are welcomed. The next training will be held on Sunday, December 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at NH Fish and Game Headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord NH. All materials and lunch will be provided.
To sign up for a certification training session, please email Lisa Collins at lisa.collins@wildlife. or print and return a Let’s Go Fishing Program volunteer application form, which can be found at ing/documents/lgf-application. pdf. To request a form by mail or email, contact (603) 271-3212 or
The training will cover teach- ing techniques and presentation skills, along with ice safety, ethics, fish identification, ecology, fish-
ing regulations, and more. Once instructors have completed the training, there will be an oppor- tunity to take part in programs and join an existing team of vol- unteer fishing instructors. These programs are offered in partner- ship with schools, camps, scout groups, and community centers all over the state. “Becoming an instructor is extremely rewarding and is a fun way to get people in- volved in fishing,” said Let’s Go Fishing Program Coordinator Kyle Glencross.
Thousands of children and adults have learned to be safe, ethical, and successful anglers through the Let’s Go Fishing Program. This program is fed- erally funded through the Sport Fish Restoration Program, sup- ported by an excise tax on fishing equipment and motorboat fuels.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works to conserve, manage, and protect the state’s fish and wildlife and their habitats, as well as provid- ing the public with opportuni- ties to use and appreciate these resources. Visit
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