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SCI News for April 15

SCI News
SCI News for April 15
By Safari Club International • Issue #27 • View online
Welcome to Week 5 of the COVID-19 quarantine! Since SCI sent staff home to work in response to federal and state guidelines, the effort to defend the freedom to hunt has only cranked up! An all-new “virtual world tour” gets information directly to chapters, the Hunter Advocacy Action Center has registered tens of thousands of new advocates and Hunter Information Services has published 34 coronavirus advisories in 30 days. Stay safe, stay vigilant!

This Week
The COVID-19 Threat To America’s Wildlife
SCI Kicks Off Virtual World Tour
Wisconsin Gray Wolf Hunt Could Be Making A Comeback
Chapter Happenings
San Angelo Names Youth Pathfinder Recipient, Knox Archer (center)
San Angelo Names Youth Pathfinder Recipient, Knox Archer (center)
San Angelo Names Youth Pathfinder Recipient
Knox Karcher has been named the recipient of the Youth Pathfinder Program for the SCI San Angelo Chapter. Knox is the son of Cody and Janet Karcher and a 4th grader in San Angelo. His parents recognized Knox was having difficulty during his developmental years. Muscular Dystrophy was ruled out and he began a rehabilitation program to aid development of his walking and other physical abilities. He was later diagnosed with a possible dopamine deficiency. Despite it all, Knox has overcome these early age obstacles and is looking forward to an axis deer hunt through the Pathfinder program. Chapter President Jimmy Fontenot is donating the taxidermy for his trophy and Jack & Kim Graves of J’s Deer Processing is donating the processing. The hunt will take place at the JL Bar Ranch.
SCI Acadiana Chapter featured on Bayou Wild TV
SCI Acadiana Chapter featured on Bayou Wild TV
SCI Hungarian Chapter Donates Cost Of Annual Dinner To Fight COVID-19 Crisis
SCI San Diego Chapter on Instagram
SCI Lake Superior Chapter on Instagram
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