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Safari Club International - Central Minnesota Chapter
ST. CLOUD, Minnesota, United States
Central MN SCI is a non profit organization. We use the proceeds of our events to protect hunting and make donations to organizations and events that align with our causes. We focus on conservation, education, and humanitarian efforts within our community. For more information visit our website at www.centralmnsci.com
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Safari Club International - Central Washington Chapter
Wapato, Washington, United States
The Central Washington Chapter of Safari Club International is a local organization with International backing. We are committed to the conservation of wildlife and wildlife habitat and to educating the public about such matters.
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Safari Club International - Chesapeake Chapter
Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI provides value to members by shaping policies and legislation that protect the freedom to hunt locally, nationally and internationally. In concert with the national SCI organization, the Chesapeake Chapter of SCI, comprised of members near Annapolis, MD, provides a community for hunters worldwide where camaraderie is enjoyed and expert information is exchanged, and where members are able to participate in a market for quality hunting goods and services. Jointly we promote a positive image of hunters, portraying them as responsible citizens who fund wildlife conservation, education and other humanitarian programs.
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Safari Club International - Detroit Chapter
Shelby Twp., Michigan, United States
The Detroit Chapter of SCI will be holding its Annual Wild Game Fundraiser Dinner March 1st & 2nd of 2019, at the Fernhill Golf and Country Club, 17600 Clinton River Rd. Clinton Township, Michigan. More information can be found at wwwscidetroit.com or call 810-543-1125. Over 80 hunts to be auctioned off over the two-night event.
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Safari Club International - Flint Regional Chapter
Davison, Michigan, United States
Safari Club International is the Leader in protecting the Freedom to Hunt and in promoting Wildlife Conservation Worldwide ! Protecting hunters' rights and promoting wildlife conservation, SCI's two areas of focus, historically has been the interest of hundreds of individuals long before SCI was established. But how did SCI as an organization begin? Forty years ago, there were many safari clubs across the country made up of local, unaffiliated groups of hunters. One such was Safari Club of Los Angeles, which was formed in April 1971 by forty-seven individuals. In early 1972, an out-of-towner from a similar club in Chicago attended one of the monthly Wednesday night meetings, and it was decided that the L.A. club should attempt to combine with the one in Chicago to make it an affiliated chapter. The founder of Safari Club of Los Angeles, C.J. McElroy, went to the Windy City and instituted the new chapter. Eleven months after the formation of Safari Club of Los Angeles, on March 9, 1972, the name was changed officially to Safari Club International. SCI continued to reach out to other independent safari clubs throughout the United States in an effort to combine them into a single overall organization. Today, interest in SCI's two primary missions has grown a worldwide network. Subsequent involvement and promotion of these missions is rooted in each of our 55,000 members, supported through each of our 190 membership chapters found across the globe, and put into action by government representatives and personnel both nationally and internationally. In this way, we can encourage an appreciation for nature and wildlife so that conservation efforts remain strong, while also fighting to protect our rich hunting heritage. Big changes can be achieved through the endeavors of many who are united in a mission – the mission of Safari Club International.
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Safari Club International - Four Corners Chapter
Bayfield, Colorado, United States
MISSION STATEMENT To promote good fellowship among all who love the outdoors and hunting. To promote conservation of the world’s renewable wildlife resources, recognizing hunting as one of the many management tools. To educate youth, sportsmen, and the public in conservation of our wildlife and our forest, which is our natural heritage. To share our knowledge and hunting experiences among all our membership. To operate the association as a non-profit organization, consistent with its charitable purposes, while providing enjoyment for our members. Always with the goal of helping to conserve the animals that we love to hunt today, for those who will come to love the sport tomorrow.
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Safari Club International - Greater Atlanta Chapter
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
The Greater Atlanta Safari Club Banquet and Auction will be held on January 26, 2019, at Wallace Hall which is located upstairs at Adventure Outdoors, 2500 S. Cobb Drive, SE, Smyrna Georgia 30080. For more information about Wallace Hall and Adventure Outdoors go to: www.adventureoutdoors.us For more information about the 2019 banquet go to: www.atlantasci.com email: events@atlantasci.com The 2019 Greater Atlanta Safari Club Banquet and Fundraiser will be even bigger and better than before! • A large array of live auction, silent auction, and raffle items, including many hand-selected firearms, knives, scopes, and hunting gear. • Many African, European, South American and North American fully and partially donated hunts included in online, live and silent auctions. • Many other items such as jewelry, artwork, fabulous vacation trips and adventures included in online, live and silent auctions.
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Safari Club International - Hawaii Chapter
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. The Hawaii Chapter of SCI is the authorized chapter for the state of Hawaii and is a non-profit (501c4) organization providing advocacy for the SCI mission, connecting people interested in hunting and wildlife conservation, educating youth and the general public on the role of ethical and responsible hunting as both recreation and a wildlife management tool, and in promoting ethical hunting practices and civic responsibility among those who enjoy hunting.
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Safari Club International - Illinois & Chicago Chapter
Yorkville, Illinois, United States
Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. Providing value to members by shaping policies and legislation that protect the freedom to hunt locally, nationally and internationally. Keeping members informed regarding issues that impact hunting while educating and entertaining members with engaging articles about the rich heritage of hunting in all forms of media. Providing a community for hunters worldwide where camaraderie is enjoyed and expert information is exchanged, and where members are able to participate in a market for quality hunting goods and services. Promoting a positive image of hunters and portraying them as responsible citizens who fund wildlife conservation, education and other programs which benefit the community.
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Safari Club International - Inland Empire
Spokane WA, Washington, United States
To support & promote ethical hunting practices as a major benefit for wildlife conservation and mans sustainable reliance upon wildlife
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Safari Club International - Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
The Kansas City Chapter of SCI (KC-SCI) was established more than 31 years ago and is extremely active in local conservation and educational projects within Kansas and Missouri. Each February, KC-SCI hosts one of the largest Hunters Banquet & Auction in Missouri. What really places this Banquet in a class of it’s own is that 70% of the proceeds remain in Kansas and Missouri to be used for local projects as determined by our members.
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Safari Club International - Lake Superior Chapter
Wisconsin, Wisconsin, United States
Welcome to our Lake Superior Chapter’s new website. We have had numerous requests to expand and update this site so that our members can be more informed about the Chapter’s many ongoing projects. This is your website, so please feel free to send us any conservation related stories that you have experienced and/or any concerns that you may have. Safari Club International is the largest and most progressive organization in the world that is protecting and fighting for all hunters-God given right to hunt. Please take the time to investigate each different category via the tabs across the top of the site. Enjoy your viewing and all of your comments are welcomed.
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Safari Club International - Lansing Area Chapter
Grand Ledge, Michigan, United States
Welcome to the Safari Club International (SCI) Lansing Area Chapter’s web page. The Lansing Area Chapter is a 501(c)4 that is dedicated to investing its members’ resources in promoting the goals and objectives of Safari Club International in Tucson, AZ. The Chapter’s primary focus is Hunter Advocacy as SCI is First For Hunters® and is the leading worldwide advocate for hunters' rights and the protector of our hunting heritage. The chapter also strongly supports the mission of the SCI Foundation which is First for Wildlife® and promotes projects and activities in wildlife conservation worldwide, outdoor education and humanitarian services. We invite you to join us in activities, projects and membership as we fulfill our stewardship responsibilities in managing our wildlife, fisheries, and natural resources for our enjoyment today and in the future. Mike Hoskins, President
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Safari Club International - Lehigh Valley Chapter
Breinigsville, Pennsylvania, United States
In 1977, after hearing about a new organization called Safari Club International, a small group of hunters from Lehigh Valley decided to form a local chapter. With the leadership and direction of the founding President, Cook Schiavone, the Lehigh Valley Chapter of Safari Club International was born. Their main objectives were to support hunter's rights and show the local community how important hunters are to the preservation of wild animals. By 1993 membership had hit in excess of 300 and was still growing. The Lehigh Valley Chapters' accomplishments were climbing and we became well known and supported in the surrounding community. Membership had grown to well over 600 by the end of 2002. We have partnered with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, as well as with many other organizations, helping to fund new projects such as purchasing new hunting properties, helping to make the elk management and hunting program a reality, feeding the hungry by supplying much needed harvested meat to many food banks and many other projects in a list too long to mention here. We are proud to say the Lehigh Valley Chapter is still growing. If you are a resident of the Lehigh Valley, and surrounding area, and have a passion for hunting and the outdoors, why not make a difference in your community and join us?
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Safari Club International - Lewis and Clark
Vancouver, Washington, United States
WE Support the mission of SCI through local activities which serve local interests and needs, emphasizing safety, humanitarian efforts, youth activities, and hunters rights. Lewis and Clark Chapter of the Safari Club International is the local interest chapter of Safari Club International and is headquartered in and around the Vancouver, Washington , and Portland, Oregon area. Lewis and Clark Safari Club International has an established Sportsmen Against Hunger program, has organized a group of dedicated certified hunter safety instructors conducting multiple classes, joined in a partnership to restore the Columbia Whitetail deer to Native American tribal lands, published an SCI National award winning newsletter, and successfully raised funds with three annual fundraising banquets. Further, through membership in Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation, and Hunter's Heritage Council, we have joined with like minded organizations to work at the state lawmaking level to preserve hunters' rights. Our membership is now approaching 200 people and it continues to grow every year.
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