Kids and Mentors Outdoors (KAMO)
Latest Parent letter - La Crosse area:
Dear KAMO Fans
Our next official event is in November. If you have something in mind before then, we can probably support it. Much of what we do is off the radar, never makes the activity list.
Our group meets to plan our activities out to April at our next open to the public meeting which is Thursday, November 8th at the Onalaska Goodwill at 6:00 P.M.
We are arranging to have our trailer wrapped in photos and logos and park it it in a variety of spots in hopes of attracting more participants to our group.
Here’s the present activity schedule: All free to you. Dates will be firmed up in a couple weeks.
November 10th - Tundra Swan Viewing - Brownsville Overlook - The KAMO group flocks to the overlook platform to view the thousands of birds migrating through the area on their way south. Mike - firstname.lastname@example.org/ 608-799-5037. More details later. Last year, we met at the south La crescent Kwik Trip parking lot at 10:30 and caravanned down. Another group we partner with will have hot chocolate and snacks for all of us.
Coming attractions: Shennanigans, Jump Start Adventure Park, Coulee Region Chill hockey games, Holiday movie, BGC Holiday Party - December 28th, La Crosse Showtime basketball.
Winter: sledding, ice fishing
Do you have an activity idea? Contact Mike
One of our mentors helped set up a raptor webcam in Sommers Chute this week. That chute is between Lake Onalaska and the Mississippi River a few thousand feet above the Dresbach Dam.The cam is live 24/7, so it's day and night.
To view, click on this address and it will open a link you have to click on.
20 participants at Saturday's trapshooting event south of La Crosse on private property. Safety instruction, a lesson about what to expect from the dogs over pigeons followed by clay pigeon practice, dogs pointing on pigeons, and then lunch. It was a beautiful day for it. The event was a preface for the upcoming duck season.