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11, 2016, 11:04 a.m. Send to Kindle WENATCHEE A top professional hired to work in the Wenatchee Valley say, a doctor for Confluence Health or a safety engineer for Crunch Pak has three basic requirements: an ample salary, a nice house and good schools for the kids. Folks who handle head-hunting and hiring for local companies think of these basics as the foundation or cake of an employment situation. The icing on that cake are all the other reasons a person might Stay with the story. Get full access to The Wenatchee World online for just pennies a day! For as little as 27 cents a day, you can have complete access to all the local news, photos and video content from North Central Washington’s primary news source. Read on any device, whether smartphone, tablet or computer. Your online access is free with any print subscription. Or, subscribe online only by the month or year.
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Even myself, having the camaraderie and getting out there to hunt even if you don’t shoot anything you’re still having a good time.” The experience is a humbling one, Jacobs said. “We’re blessed to be able to make that happen,” he said. “These folks are friends. We know them by name and we love having them come out here.” The mission of South Dakota Freedom Hunts also includes young hunters. Working with the South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks department, Jacobs invites kids who have completed a hunting safety course to have their first in-field experience on his land. view it nowThey come with a parent or other adult and go on a hunt with safety instructors. “And we stress the importance of what they’ve learned in the classroom and really take the time to show them the wonderful things out there,” Jacobs said. “It’s not just about shooting. It’s the amazing things you see hunting. The prairie grasses, the tress, the signs of animals around and the trails.” Wildlife conservation officer Chad Williams works with Jacobs on the hunts and offers the opportunity to kids who take safety courses with him.
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