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Youth ATV safety training class available Aug. 13

Youths taking the class also must bring their own Class 1 ATV and have required safety gear as discussed in the course.

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PILLAGER โ€” The Central Lakes ATV Club scheduled a youth ATV training class 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 13 at the Pillager Fairgrounds.

The class will be in the Community Center Building just inside the fairground gates.

Youths must be ages 10-15 and have completed the online ATV course. There is a $24.95 fee for the online course, payable at sign-in.

Youths taking the class also must bring their own Class 1 ATV and have required safety gear as discussed in the course. Parents are required to attend the training to help with any ATV equipment issues.

Class size is limited to 30. For more information and to register, call Mike McMenimen at 218-330-7399.

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Information is also available on the Minnesota DNR website at www.mndnr.gov/safety/vehicle .

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