Welcome to the SCI Low Country Chapter Website!
The 8th Annual Wheelchair & Wounded
Monday, October 15th & Tuesday, October 16th, 2012.
Group photo of our 7th Annual Wheelchair & Wounded Warrior Hunt (Susan
Our Wounded Warriors
receive a flag-waving, heroes welcome upon arrival at our Annual Hunt.
Brigadier General Lori Reynolds
addressing the group.
Wounded Warriors standing at attention during the
A wonderful barbeque lunch was prepared by a team of volunteer Executive
Chefs from the
the Lowcountry Chapter of the American Culinary Federation.
Ron Andrews, Executive Chef from
Brays Island, Tony Gates, Executive Chef from
and Frederick Nusbaum, Executive Chef at Savannah's
teamed up to prepare and help serve pulled pork, baked bean and potato
salad with all the trimmings.
Brays Island Executive Chef, Ron Andrews and
the Oglethorpe Club's Executive Chef, Frederick Nusbaum serving lunch.
This year we are thrilled to welcome back Scott
Matthews. Scott is a Benelli Exhibition Shooter. He will
entertain us with his shotgun shooting skills after lunch on Monday.
Click here for a preview of Scott's shooting skills.
Scott Matthews demonstrating how to make a salad with a shotgun at our 6th
2 very happy Wounded Warriors with their trophy bucks!
Low Country Chapter Member & taxidermist Dan Pernell
Taxidermy caping a buck.
Chapter Treasurer, Bill Snow distributing frozen,
vacuum-packed venison to our Wounded Warriors.
Live the Wild Life host, Gus Congemi and his new #1 SCI Archery Brown Bear!
Last year's hunt was filmed by Gus Congemi and a
crew of 4 videographers. Gus is the host of the outdoor hunting program
Live The Wild
Life. Gus and his crew followed 5 Wounded Warriors in the
field during the hunt and captured two successful hunts on film.
The program aired in August and will be shown 3 more
times in November on Tuesday the 6th at 1:00pm, Wednesday the 7th at 12 midnight
and Sunday the 11th at 11:30am. The program is on the Pursuit Channel
which is available by satellite on Dish Network on channel 240 and on Direct TV
on channel 604.
If you would like to volunteer to
assist at our events and/or add your email address to our Wounded Warrior &
Disabled Hunter program email distribution list, please email us at
Savannah coverage of our 4th Annual Hunt
Eric Edmundson's inspirational story & trophy photos
hunter, Lewis "Butch" Hollis, has passed away
Your financial support makes these events possible. A
suggested Donation amount of $100.00 will pay the expenses for the participation
of a sick youngster, wounded veteran or deserving adult disabled hunter.
How many would you like to sponsor?
Click the link below to open a Donation Form that you can
print to distribute to friends, fellow hunters and business associates who
would like to support our Safari Wish and Disabled Hunter events.
Thank you for your support!
With your help the 8th Annual Wheelchair
& Wounded Warrior Hunt will
be a great success and a patriotic event that our hunters and volunteers will remember for years to
Coming from the south, Nemours Plantation is on the right
side of Highway 17, several miles north of Gardens Corners outside of Beaufort,
SC. Coming from the north the entrance is on the left of Highway 17
approximately ½ mile south of the Combahee River bridge. Look for the brick
gates and the Nemours Plantation sign. Follow the road onto the plantation and
bear left after passing through the second set of brick gates. Go down the
avenue of live oaks and look for the event tents.
Visitors since 7/31/03