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Cardrona Safaris’ New Zealand Pathfinder Hunt: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience!

A first day of successful stag hunting with Cardrona Safaris.

Each year, the SCI Foundation (SCIF) honors a few special recipients who have faced challenges in life causing them to find new ways to live.  These special recipients are known as “Pathfinders,” and I was one of the lucky Continue reading Cardrona Safaris’ New Zealand Pathfinder Hunt: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience!

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SCI Pathfinder Hunt With Keegan McCarthy Of Coastal Alaska Adventures

There are few sunny, 60-degree days in Southeast Alaska where winds are so calm that the mountains reflect as clearly in the ocean as they appear against the blue sky. These are the spring days every Alaskan tourist dreams of. But for the bear hunter, it’s a Continue reading SCI Pathfinder Hunt With Keegan McCarthy Of Coastal Alaska Adventures

Trip Of A Lifetime

Tommy Clack speaks from the heart on the need for continued support for all of our veterans.
Tommy Clack speaks from the heart on the need for continued support for all of our veterans.

I was blessed as a child to be raised enjoying all the bounty that God had placed on Earth. Thus, from that first fishing trip at four years of age, my first whitetail deer at age six, shooting, fishing and hunting year round and becoming an Eagle Scout at age 17, I have always enjoyed the outdoors. While in college, I majored in Game and Fish management. But, as Dad, and every male in our extended family were Continue reading Trip Of A Lifetime

Pathfinder Grants available to Chapters

Pathfinderfundshnt4evr121213Pathfinder Co-Chairs Bill & Vicki Swan are pleased to announce that nearly $23,000 dollars has been reimbursed to SCI Chapters that have held warrior or pathfinder events this year. SCIF, through Humanitarian Services, has set aside $50,000 to promote Chapter functions for disabled hunters, terminally ill children or soldiers returning from battle.

In order for a chapter to qualify for these funds, it must sponsor and/or host an event for one of those mentioned above. The chapter has to furnish a profit/loss statement, a write-up about the event, and show where it was publicized in the media. These funds are reimbursements and not matching funds. Reimbursement cannot exceed the actual expense to the Chapter.

We strongly suggest that your Chapter submit a write up with photos of the event to Safari Times and for posting on the Hunt Forever blog and the Hunt Now newsletter. For more information contact Stephanie Gray in the Humanitarian Services Department.