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St. Marys man drawn for cow elk license

September 15, 2012

Record file photo – Pictured are a few of the bull elk harvested during last year's hunt.

HARRISBURG – Sylvester Kronenwetter of St. Marys was the lone Elk County resident selected for an elk license in Friday morning’s drawing held at the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) headquarters in Harrisburg and broadcast live on the PGC’s website. Kronenwetter’s name was drawn for the 41st of 46 cow elk licenses awarded for this year’s hunt, which is scheduled to take place from Nov. 5-10 with an extended elk hunting period outside the elk management area for those with unfilled elk licenses from Nov. 12-17.
According to information on the PGC’s website regarding the Elk Hunt Zones, Elk Hunt Zone 9, for which Kronenwetter was selected, consists of a “mixture of private and public land comprised of the Elk and Moshannon state forests and state game lands 34, 90 and 94.”

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