LOWCOUNTRY CHAPTER SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL FUNDRAISER CATALOG
Containing Detailed Information on 19 Hunting and Fishing Trips
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2016 HUNTING & FISHING CATALOG
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Dear Hunters and outdoor enthusiast,
On behalf of the Lowcountry Chapter of Safari Club Int., I would like to welcome you to participate in our 2016 offering of hunting, fishing and outdoor related trips and adventures. Our Chapter also welcomes our trip donors who have offered these adventures to support the events, program and conservation programs our chapter sponsors throughout the year.
Our chapter is proud to have sponsored one of the premier Wounded Warrior Hunts in the nation. In 2015 we welcomed nearly 40 wounded warriors, disabled adult and youth hunters to our 11th annual event. Through the dedicated efforts of an enthusiatic group of volunteers and the participation of over 23 local plantation owners, we were able to offer an experience in the low country outdoors which is second to none.
Other programs our chapter has sponsored in the past include building a skeet range at Camp Ho Non Wah for the coastal Carolina Council of the Boy Scouts of America. We sponsor a "Hunters for the Hungry" program where thousands of pounds of fresh venison are delivered to local food kitchens and meals on wheels services. Our American Wilderness Leadership Program sends 2 local teachers to Jackson Hole on a one week education course in an effort to get our youth interested in the outdoors and conservation. We have supported many local charities and donated thousands of dollars annually to the Safari Club International's worldwide Conservation efforts.
The events and programs we sponsor would not be possible without your participation. The funds raised through this catalog will be used to further the progams listed above and others which we become aware of during the year. Our chapter is dedicated to community service, promotion of the hunter's lifestyle, and conservation efforts which will make these resources available for future generations.
Thank you again for your participation in our efforts. Without you, SCI could not sustain our dedication as "First In Conservation".
W. L. "Bill" Snow
President, June 2014-June 2016
Safari Club International