Tag Archives: Central Hungarian Chapter

Hungarian Summer Camp

Belmegyer10The Central Hungarian Chapter has organized in Belmegyer a summer camp for  the children of its members. It involved developing hunting skills, shooting competition, first aid measures, experiencing the outdoors in the large forests surrounding the area, as well as a fishing competition. Shown in the photo are the winners receiving their medals from the Chapter’s Vice President, Adrienn Lipp. Regional Representative Norbert Ullmann applauded the activities of the Chapter and wished them continued success and increasing attendee numbers.

Working Meeting in Hungary

Budakeszi-09.04.13-150KBRecently elected Central Hungarian Chapter President, Gyula Pal, center, invited Regional Representative Europe, Norbert Ullmann, left, and Hungary-based International Director, Dr. Zsolt Koehalmi, right, to a working session to discuss the renewed acivities of the Chapter. The meeting took place in the “Telki Hunting State House” on the hunting grounds of Budakeszi, just miles away from downtown Budapest. Seen on the photo is also a painting of the world record Eurasian wild boar, as well as the mounted tusks of the same. Norbert Ullmann wished the new team at the helm of the Chapter all the best in their work and thanked them for their dedication and passion for SCI.

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Central Hungarian Chapter AGM

New-CHC-Board002The Central Hungarian Chapter held its annual general assembly, with elections of a new Board of Directors and gala dinner in a beautiful spa town, for which Hungary is so well known. The following members were elected to the Board (left to right): Dr. Gabor Kakonyi, VP for social relations, lobbying; Dr. Istvan Halmagyi Takacs, VP for hunting culture, trophy and award matters; Pal Lakatos, VP for organization and event manager; Mrs. Adrienn Lipp, VP for PR and media relations; Gyula Pal, President; Dr. Zsolt Kohalmi, VP for international relations; Dr. Attila Gomori, Treasurer.

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