The September 9, 2022 issues of the Bemidjii Pioneer included an article discussing COFA and the upcoming Women’s Elk Hunt.
The article quotes Leslie Allen with COFA stating:
“This year is the first women’s hunt and we are so excited. We still have spots open and we want to bring along more women from Minnesota,” said Vice President and Director of Operations Leslie Allen. “That’s what we are hoping to do, meet more women out there and invite them to join us.”
Further on the article discusses COFA’s upcoming Fall Retreat and how readers in the Bmidjii area can find out more information on the Elk Hunt:
According to Allen, the group has been traveling to Bemidji once a year for 12 years. Lodging at Camp Oak Hills on the outskirts of Bemidji, COFA offers attendees a fall getaway where they can fish for walleye, enjoy the scenic bike trails, visit Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, trade stories and make new friends.
COFA organizers will have a meeting for anyone interested in hunting elk, mule deer and bear in Colorado at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18, in the cafeteria at Camp Oak Hills, 1696 S Camp Road SW, in Bemidji.
In the meeting, attendees will learn more about the ministry, the men’s and women’s elk hunts and how to get signed up. There will also be opportunities for questions afterward and men are invited as well to learn more about the men’s elk hunt in 2023.
You can read the full article here: