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Alberta Hunter Education

The goal of Conservation Education is to “increase the level of public commitment to wildlife and fisheries conservation”. We are proud to provide education services for Conservation Education, Youth Programs and Firearms Safety.

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AHEIA Fundraising Raffles


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2019 Specialty Engraved Rifle Fundraising Raffle
One (1) Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Lever Action Rifle
DRAW DATE: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
 

2019 AHEIA 3 Gun Raffle II
Prize 1: Winchester .30-06 SPRG Rifle
Prize 2: Winchester SXP Hybrid Hunter Max 5 12ga. Shotgun
Prize 3: Tradition Hawkins 50 Cal Black Powder Flintlock Rifle
DRAW DATE: Friday, September 20, 2019

 

PREVIOUS RAFFLE WINNERS

2019 AHEIA Crossover Shotgun Fundraising Raffle
Prize: One (1) Browning Citori CXS 12/20ga Combo Break Action Shotgun
Winner: 0119

2019 AHEIA Upland/Waterfowler/Sporting Fundraiser Raffle
Prize: One (1) BENELLI SUPER BLACK EAGLE III 12ga. Semi-Auto Shotgun
One (1) BENELLI ETHOS 12ga Semi-Auto Shotgun
Winner: 447

AHEIA 2019 Ladies Firearms Fundraiser
Prize 1: Winchester XPR Muddy Girl Compact 6.5 Creedmore Rifle
Winner: 1377
Prize 2: Winchester SXP Muddy Girl 12ga. Shotgun
Winner: 1269

2019 AHEIA Specialty Shotgun Fundraising Raffle
Prize: One (1) Browning Classic Trap Unsingle Combo, 12ga. Shotgun
Winner: 475

2019 AHEIA Firearms Fundraiser 3 Gun Raffle
Prize 1: Sako Finnlight .30-06 Rifle
Winner: 2948
Prize 2: Winchester SXP Hybrid Hunter Max 5 12ga. Shotgun
Winner: 0535
Prize 3: Stoeger Condor Upland 20ga. Side by Side Shotgun
Winner: 0703

2019 AHEIA ATV Raffle
Prize: One (1) 2018 Polaris Sportsman 450 H.O. EPS ATV
Winner: Contacted


2018 AHEIA 6.5 Creedmoor Firearm Raffle
Prize: Browning A-Bolt 6.5 Creedmoor Rifle & Winchester XPR 6.5 Creedmoor “Muddy Girl” Rifle
Winner: Contacted


2018 AHEIA Charles Boswell Shotgun Raffle
Prize: Matched Pair of Charles Boswell 20 gauge O/U Shotguns
Winner: Ticket #184 Tom Foss
 
2018 AHEIA Specialty Field Shotgun Raffle II
Prize: Benelli 828 U 12ga Shotgun
Winner: Ticket # 0160 Ian Sterling of Grande Prarie, AB

2018 AHEIA Upland/Waterfowler/Sporting Firearms Raffle
Prize: BENELLI SBEII 12ga. 28”Semi-Auto Shotgun - Justin V.
Prize: BROWNING CYNERGY Over/Under 12ga. Shotgun - Justin V.

2018 3 Gun Raffle II
Prize: BERETTA A350 Xtreme 12ga Semi-Auto Shotgun
Winner: Ticket #0623 - Jim G. of Calgary

Prize: TIKKA T3 RH .270 Rifle
Winner: Ticket #1257 - Pieter K. of Beaumont

Prize: STOEGER P3500 12ga Pump Action Shotgun
Winner: Ticket #1203 - Kristi W. of Leduc County 

2018 Specialty Field Shotgun Raffle
Prize: Benelli 828 U 12 gauge Shotgun
Winner: Ticket #1336 - Aaron E. of Grande Prairie

2018 Glock Pistol Raffle
Prize: Glock 19, Gen 4 Pistol
Winner: Ticket #0563 - Brian D. of Edmonton

2018 AHEIA ATV Raffle
Prize: 2016 Polaris Sport 570 ATV
Winner: Ticket #313 - Ron D. of Calgary

2018 3 Gun Raffle
Prize 1: Beretta A350 Xtreme 12 ga Semi-Auto Shotgun
Winner: Ticket #4143 - Darin F.

Prize 2: Tikka T3 RH .270 Rifle
Winner: Ticket #3405 - Garry M.

Prize 3: Stoeger P3500 12 ga Pump Action Shotgun 
Winner: Ticket #3511 - Timothy V.


 

Hunting and Conservation have always gone hand in hand. Hunter Education is a vital contributor to wise conservation practices today, tomorrow and the future. AHEIA is doing a wonderful job and will continue to do so. I thank you all for that.

- Jim Dougherty (June 12, 2002)

Working together, our organizations can have a positive impact on the future of hunting, fishing and habitat. Congratulations to the Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association Volunteers and keep up the great work!

- Gerry Kaumeyer (Pheasants Forever, Calgary Chapter)

AHEIA continues to do positive and pro-active work bringing on the next generation of Conservationists. Congratulations to all the Volunteer Instructors and keep up the great work!

- Dave Powell (Alberta Fish and Game Association)

Volunteers play an integral role and I truly appreciate your efforts to educate residents about our connection with the outdoors, and the importance of conserving Alberta’s fish and wildlife resources. Importantly, your leadership helps inspire more stewards of our natural resources.

- The Honourable David C. Coutts, Minister, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (January 2006)

The Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association is clearly committed to conservation education and is known for its strong volunteer spirit. Albertans benefit from your values and knowledge and generations to come will appreciate your efforts.

- The Honourable Ralph Klein, Feb 11, 2006, Premier of Alberta

You are among the finest stewards of land in Alberta. Your work over 45 years has ensured the youth of the province continue to play an active role in conserving Alberta’s fish and wildlife resources. Your assistance in establishing Provincial Hunting Day as an annual event is appreciated.

- The Honourable Ted Morton, Feb 2008, Minister, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development

Alberta has benefited from 45 years of conservation education. More than 55,000 students took part in this program in 2008, and each year that number grows. With more than one million students since the program began, it is difficult to find a hunter in Alberta who has not been positively influenced by your conservation education programs.

- The Honourable Ed Stelmach, Premier of Alberta, Feb 14, 2009

…this program is much more than a course on safe hunting practices. Course participants not only learn about conservation, they also become ambassadors, passing on knowledge and passion to their children, parents, friends and neighbors. For that and the many other contributions your organization makes to the quality of life in our Province, I thank you.

- The Honourable Ed Stelmach, Premier of Alberta, Feb 6, 2010

I would like to thank the many volunteers in your organization who generously give of their time and wisdom. They are to be commended for their dedication, stewardship of our resources, and for being positive role models in the lives of others.

- The Honourable Mel Knight, Minister Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Feb 2010

My thanks to all of you for being ambassadors and educators in this great province.

- The Honourable Ed Stelmach, Premier of Alberta, February 5th, 2011

You reached a major milestone in in the one-millionth graduate of the Alberta Hunter Education program. Continued excellence is demonstrated by those involved in your organization that pass on their knowledge and passion to the next generation of hunters, anglers and trappers.

- The Honourable Frank Oberle, Minister, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, January 2012

Everyone involved with your wonderful organization has helped make Alberta a better place by inspiring and educating the next generation. For that, the Government of Alberta thanks you.

- The Honourable Allison M.Redford, QC, Premier of Alberta, Feb 11, 2012

Thanks for your dedication and hard work. It is no surprise that the number of hunters continues to increase in Alberta, bucking trends in other jurisdictions. You should be proud of this accomplishment.

- The Honourable Diana McQueen, Minister, Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, January 2012

While hunting is a hobby for some, it is a way of life for others. Hunting is a life-skill and we must ensure the new generation of hunters is adept, responsible and knowledgeable. Thanks to the thousands of hunter educators across Alberta, our new hunters are well informed and will continue the tradition in good stead.

- The Honourable Robin Campbell, Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, February 2014

You have inspired many Albertans by sharing your passion for our natural resources and leading by example. Together with Albertans like you, I know we can protect our natural legacy for future generations.

- The Honourable Alison M. Redford, QC, Premier of Alberta, February 9, 2013

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of conservation education across our province. I am pleased to note that more than 1.6 million Albertans have enrolled in conservation education programs, which are provided by more than 3200 volunteers.

- The Honourable Alison M. Redford, QC, Premier of Alberta , February 8, 2014

From the Outdoor Women’s Program, to instructor workshops, and Canadian Firearm Safety courses, the Association has consistently demonstrated its leadership on conservation education. The Association continues to offer the online Hunter Education, Kidwise Firearm Safety, and essential training including the very popular Archery Essentials and Bear Essentials. All of these components add up to a strong and resilient culture of conserving wildlife, which takes the continuous commitment of each and every participant.

- The Honourable Kyle Fawcett, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, February 7, 2015

The efforts of the association and its hard-working members play a crucial role in forging a culture of responsible and ethical hunting and fishing. As Albertans we look forward to many more years of successful conservation education programs, workshops, and activities.

- The Honourable Jim Prentice, Premier of Alberta, February 7th, 2015

I appreciate your outstanding role in helping ensure that Alberta’s proud hunting and fishing tradition continues to play an important role in our culture and communities. For more than half a century, your growing success has resulted in the most successful education program of its kind in North America.

- The Honourable Rachel Notley, Premier of Alberta, February 6, 2016

Your dedication to educating Albertans about environmental stewardship and wildlife protection has created a legacy in the more than 1.8 million graduates of your programs. This year alone, the Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association will reach almost 100,000 students Province wide through programs that teach all aspects of conservation education.

- The Honourable Shannon Phillips, Minister of Environment and Parks, February 6, 2016