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Rededication of the new Ralph D. Kellam Conservation & Recreation Center on DNREC's Norman G. Wilder Wildlife Area near Felton

New Ralph D. Kellam C&R Center near Felton rededicated
as sporting dog field trial and training facility

PETERSBURG – Governor Jack Markell joined DNREC Secretary David Small, Division of Fish and Wildlife Director David Saveikis and a host of sporting dog club members from around Delmarva and the Mid-Atlantic region to dedicate a new 2,400-square-foot building on the Norman G. Wilder Wildlife Area as the second Ralph D. Kellam Conservation and Recreation Center.

“Beginning today, we will build on the past success of the C&R Center to enhance central Delaware’s reputation for sporting dog trials and training to make our state the destination for birddog trials in this region,” Governor Markell said. “We look forward to welcoming birddog trainers from throughout the Mid-Atlantic and beyond to enjoy this building, the surrounding field trial grounds and all this area has to offer.”

In the ribbon-cutting photo, from left to right: Division of Fish & Wildlife Director David Saveikis, Rep. Bobby Outten, DNREC Secretary David Small, Kay Kellam, Rep. Harvey Kenton, Bill Kellam, Susan Kellam Broussard, Rep. David Wilson, Governor Jack Markell, and Sen. David Lawson. DNREC Photo by Joanna Wilson.

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