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Arway to speak at Thursday's membership
Membership Meeting features a talk by PA Fish and Boat
Commission Executive Director John Arway. The
meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Comfort Suites in State College.
Arway will speak on the topic "Straight Talk From
John Arway - Issues of Current Interest". John,
a 30-year veteran of the Commission, has been in
PFBC's "top job" since March 2010, after
serving as chief of Environmental Services Division in
the Bureau of Fisheries. He represents the
Commission on numerous statewide committees and
boards, including the PA Biological Survey's Steering
Committee, PA Council of Trout Unlimited's
Environmental Committee, the Governor's Green
Government Council, Coldwater Heritage Partnership
Program, and the Susquehanna River Smallmouth Bass
Water Quality Workgroup. John is a native
of North Huntingdon, and holds degrees in biology from
the University of Pittsburgh (B.S.) and Tennessee Tech
CRPR/SCCTU trout fishing camp
Over two weeks in July, our chapter once again teamed
up with Centre Region Parks and Recreation to put
on the Youth Fly Fishing for Trout Camp. Another class
of students in grades 5-8 learned the basics of
flyfishing, casting and tying.
Instructor Mike Lyle gives campers a
lesson about on-stream courtesy at
Spring Creek Park.