Annual Hunting & Outdoor Expo continues through the weekend in Lancaster

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The 24th Annual Hunting & Outdoor Expo rolled into Lancaster.

The Eastern Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation organized the weekend-long event at the Lancaster County Convention Center. The goal of the expo is to help preserve wildlife in North America. Nearly 70 exhibitors from all around the world including Australia, South Africa, and Central America set up shop for anyone who may be interested in hunting or wildlife.

"It's a very family oriented show," Wild Sheep Foundation Spokesman Dan Adler said, "Everybody could and should come here, regardless of whether you're a hunter, fisherman, or enthusiast, there's something for everybody. "

Organizers say the expo is also an educational opportunity for youth.

The show continues tomorrow and registration opens at 10 a.m. Tickets to this weekend's show are $5 for adults and kids 17 and under get in for free.

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