RIVERTON — The city is looking for youth fishing mentors to volunteer one night a week, two hours a night during April and May to teach children how to fish.
Mentors must pass a background check. All hours are approved by the Division of Wildlife Resources for its Dedicated Hunter Program.
For more information, contact Jared Bowling at 801-208-3121 or jbowling@ rivertoncity.com.
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