185 participate in W.O.W. School at Roaring River

Wednesday, October 12, 2016
W.O.W. participant Grant Dohle sharpens his skills during an archery course offered during W.O.W. School, a national outdoor recreation and conservation educational event, at Roaring River State Park. The weekend event, which stands for Wonders of the Outdoor World, is a partnership between nine different state and federal agencies that was started 20 years ago to teach families outdoor skills and foster an interest in the great outdoors. Missouri State Parks reported that over 185 participants attended this year's event. Contributed photo

W.O.W. participant Grant Dohle sharpens his skills during an archery course offered during W.O.W. School, a national outdoor recreation and conservation educational event.

Wonders of the Outdoor World staff help serve a fish fry dinner Saturday evening at Roaring River State Park, which was just one of the fun activities offered over for the W.O.W. School event. A partnership between nine different state and federal agencies, the national outdoor educational weekend event started 20 years ago to instill a passion for the outdoors in families and teach practical outdoor skills, such as archery, Dutch oven cooking, first aid, predator hunting and survival skills. Missouri State Parks reported that over 185 participants attended this year's event. Contributed photo
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