The WVU Potomac State College Tink Smith Collegiate National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF) Chapter recently attended the 43rd Annual Convention and Sport Show in Nashville, Tenn. Pictured kneeling from left: Professor Jeff Jones, Students Paden Rightsell, Matthew Day, Lindsey Knotts, Erica See, and Advisor Jennifer Jones. Standing from left: Students Jacob Beavers, Carson Raines, Jacob Hauser, Austin Hott, Steven Burner, Aaron Sleasman, Zack Liller, Darren Smith, Corey Tucker, and Sam Ferster.
West Virginia University Potomac State College students, who are members of the Tink Smith Collegiate National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF) Chapter, recently traveled to Nashville, Tenn., for the 43rd Annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show.
While there, the students and advisors volunteered their time to the national organization helping with various aspects of the convention. Their involvement included helping exhibitors within Family Adventure Village, a section of the convention designed for children and families to participate in activities teaching them about natural resources, wildlife and much more.
Potomac State College’s collegiate members also helped other exhibitors set up for the convention, assisted with registration throughout the weekend and volunteered wherever a helping hand was needed.
Mike Allen, NWTF regional director, commended the Potomac State College students stating that they were “great representatives of the university.”
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