On Sunday, Oct. 27, 44 Safari Club International employees, family and friends took part in the Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. The annual fundraising event for the American Cancer Society was held at Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, AZ and featured over 400 teams and over 4,000 participants. Safari Club International donated $1,500 to the cause. Congratulations to our stellar team! Thanks for your tireless support! Participants included: Steve Comus, Matthew Hubbard-Rosseter, Scott Mayer, Karen Gerald, Lori DeMeerleer, Stephanie Gary, Jay Woehlck, Kathy Reed, Stephanie Dower, Lupita Moreno, Diana Bosecker, JimAnn Mosley, Bobbi Romero, Angela Nelson, Sandy Gracia, Christie Nordby and Marj Barter.
Last year’s International Chapter of the Year does it again! The Drayton Valley SCI Chapter, located in Alberta, Canada, once again staged a picture-perfect fundraising banquet. Easily selling out their 400 seats in this rural community of 7,000 people, the chapter also sets the standard very high by earning disproportionately high revenues. The secret is the hard-working and dedicated team that works tirelessly to give back to its appreciative community. Pictured, left to right, are Bob Valcov, Director of SCI-Canada; John Whipple, SCI President; Paula Mahan, Drayton Valley Chapter Banquet Chair; Coby Mahan, Drayton Valley Chapter President; the Honourable Diana McQueen (PC), Alberta Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development and Member of the Alberta Legislative Assembly for Drayton Valley-Devon; and Archie Nesbitt, Chair of the SCI-Canada Committee.