SCI Celebrates 25th Anniversary of International Wildlife Museum

A silent auction raised $18,000 for SCI Foundation.

Friday evening, August 23, 2013, the Board of Directors for SCI and SCI Foundation along with officers, members and special guests, including several members of the outdoor media, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the International Wildlife Museum in Tucson, AZ.

The International Wildlife Museum is a collection of displays of taxidermy animals from all over the world that include wildlife-related and educational displays. Visitors to the museum are both educated and entertained.

SCI Foundation President, Joe Hosmer (r.) invited guests to contribute to the International Wildlife Museum. Buck Woodruff, Paul Babaz and Roman DeVille (l. to r.) made generous matches.

In addition to attending the International Wildlife Museum’s Gala Event Friday evening, members of the outdoor media took part in a number of seminars presented by SCI personnel on Thursday and Friday, August 22 and 23. The seminars gave the media a good background on all the work SCI and SCI Foundation does in wildlife conservation, education, humanitarian services and hunter advocacy around the world.

SCI President Craig Kauffman (second from left) is joined by members of the outdoor press Josh Dhalke, Ron Spomer and Darren Warren (r. to l.)

The SCI Board of Directors also meet during their time in Tucson and one of the main topics of discussion was plans for the 2014 SCI Hunters’ Convention, which will be held February 5-8, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

2 thoughts on “SCI Celebrates 25th Anniversary of International Wildlife Museum”

  1. A great event for an even greater purpose, managed by a superior organization. The museum is a “must-see” for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and all it has to offer.

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