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SCIF Veterans Committee DEADLINES

SCIF VETERANS COMMITTEE DEADLINES SCIF Veterans Committee Sets November 30th, 2022 Deadline for Chapter Awards and Wounded Combat Veteran Application. The SCIF Veterans Committee has begun planning the next Veterans Breakfast Auction and Sweepstakes Event for 2023. The breakfast will be during the SCI Convention at a new day and time — Saturday morning. As always, …

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SCI Foundation establishes William L. Hamberlin II annual scholarship in College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment at Auburn University

SCI Foundation establishes William L. Hamberlin II annual scholarship in College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment at Auburn University The Safari Club International Foundation has established an annual scholarship for students in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, or CFWE, with a declared major in wildlife ecology and management or wildlife enterprise management in …

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SCIF Veterans Committee Sets November Deadline For Chapter Awards

The SCIF Veterans Committee has begun planning the next Veterans Breakfast Auction and Sweepstakes Event for 2022. The breakfast is held each year during the SCI Convention to honor service men and women and veterans from the United States and Canada.  Due to the Convention being held in January 2022, the Committee has established a deadline …

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The Pathfinder Applications For Convention Year 2022 Are Now Open

The Pathfinder applications for Convention Year 2022 are now open. This prestigious award is given out annually during the evening banquet at SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention to a Pathfinder Applicant who is faced with challenges in his or her life that cause this person to find new ways to live and be engaged in outdoor events …

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Sholes Family And SCI National Capital Chapter Deliver Blue Bags To Palmiet Rural School, South Africa.

John Sholes, son (Jeff) daughter (Tracy and wife (Judy) spent a few days with the Arthur Rudman Family of Blaauwkrantz Safaris.  John and Judy had been at the Rudman’s several times before and Jeff made his second visit.  Tracy had never been to South Africa before.  The National Capital Chapter has donated to the Palmiet school …

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Giving Back Is What Hunters Do

Hunters not only care about wildlife, and conservation of wildlife, but they also care about the world and the people in it. Safari Club International Foundation’s Bell Family Blue Bag Program is an example of this caring and it is back in action after being briefly suspended due to COVID-19. The SafariCare Blue Bag Program was …

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SCI and SCIF Attend Jim Shockey Classic

By Gary Gearhart – Veteran’s Committee Chairman During the last weekend of March, several SCI/F officials attended the Jim Shockey Classic at the Wild Dunes Resort in Isle of Palms, SC, including SCI CEO Laird Hamberlin, Secretary John McLaurin, Charlotte Chapter President Brett Eavenson, and myself.   SCI Foundation’s Veterans Committee complemented the Charlotte Chapter’s sponsorship with …

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Tampa Bay Chapter Donates Blue Bag, Funds To Help Hearts Afire Mission In Africa

“My chapter donated a blue bag and the funds to an organization known as Hearts Afire for them to purchase some medicine for their mission in Africa,” reported Jimmy Moreland, SCI – Regional Rep – District 28 and SCI-Tampa Chapter President. “Hearts Afire is a local charity here in Sarasota Florida that is doing some great work around the world, …

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