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2015

Date

Event Name / Location

August 1 & 2

Kentuckiana SCI Youth & Apprentice Hunter Education Weekend

Location: Rick Davis Farm, Henryville, IN

Contact: Mike Graham – michael_l_graham@me.com

August 22

Kentuckiana SCI “Top Gun Championships” & Learn to Shoot Day

Location: Indian Creek Gun Club, Georgetown, IN

Contact: Bill Hook –DHOOK@mainstreetwealth.net

September 5

Kentuckiana SCI Member/Guest/Youth Dove Hunt

Location: Rick Davis Farm, Henryville, IN

Contact: Jim Warren – jimandmjw@aol.com

 

 

 

 

2016

February 3 - 6

Annual SCI Hunter’s Convention

Location: Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV

Contact: www.scifirstfor hunters.org

February 20

Kentuckiana SCI Fundraising Banquet

Location: Audubon Country Club, Louisville, KY

Contact: Sherry Maddox – 502 253 9679

 

 

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Our members are dedicated to:

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Being Directly Involved In Preserving Traditional Wildlife Management And Hunting Advocacy.

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Working To Ensure The Future Of Wildlife And Their Habitat.

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Working For The Education Of Shooting Sports And Protection Of The Right To Hunt.

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What Is Safari Club International?

Our members support wildlife conservation efforts throughout the world through the purchase
of hunting licenses, permits and the payment of hunting fees.

These expenditures are direct contributions which help wildlife in their range habitat.

Member dues also support wildlife conservation and hunting related programs throughout the world as
Safari Club International (SCI) is a world leader in protecting hunting rights and helping
range countries to develop and implement programs for the benefit of wildlife and
the native human population which must share and, in many cases, compete for vital habitat.

 

 

 

 

 
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