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MUHLENBERG, Ky. (9/4/14) — The Muhlenberg Job Corps Military Club had the opportunity to once again control traffic and park cars for the 26th Annual Kentucky Deer Classic.

The Kentucky Deer Classic has become known as the showcase for Kentucky's avid deer hunter and outdoorsman. Hunters from all over the region look forward to our Kentucky Deer Classic as part of their annual preparation for the upcoming hunting season.

The exhibition floor was filled with the latest hunting and outdoor equipment from leading vendors in the hunting industry. The Job Corps students parked cars for over 3,000 visitors who were anxious to shop and participate in a 3-D archery shoot, BB gun shoot and paintball games.

The clubs of the Job Corps are proud to assist the community with events such as this. The Military Club sponsor is Security Officer, Jerry Ford.

Should you ever need traffic assistance, please call (270) 377-3269.

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