Join Us for the September Meeting
of the Music City Chapter of Safari Club International
Monday, November 13, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00pm
4290 Kenilwood Drive
Nashville, Tennessee 37204
Biologist Chuck Yoest from TWRA will be our guest speaker!
Since December of 2015, Chuck has served as Assistant Chief of the Wildlife and Forestry Division for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, where he supervises wildlife program leaders and foresters. Prior to becoming Assistant Chief, Chuck served as Tennessee’s Deer, Elk and Wild Hog Program Leader. Chuck began his career with TWRA as a wildlife officer in 2003.
Here is your opportunity to ask all the questions about deer and turkey management from the expert! And right in the heart of muzzleloading season! Don't miss it! To learn more about Chuck, please click here.
We will be serving pizza and soft drinks! Be early to claim yours! Please have $10 bill.
There will be a door prize drawing.
Don't Forget the Jim Hall Hunt for Warriors on
Dec 4-6, 2017
at Fall Creek Falls.
We need full Chapter participation to honor our heroes!
First for Hunters
Education programs for both children and adults, provide a hands-on opportunity to experience the outdoors and to spread the knowledge of conservation and wildlife management. One of these education programs is Sensory Safari, a program in which the blind can learn about nature through touch exhibits. SCI Foundation also opened the International Wildlife Museum in Tucson, Arizona, to increase knowledge of, and appreciation for, the diverse wildlife of the world.
First for Wildlife
Conservation efforts never cease, and through chapter projects, SCI Foundation grants and scholarships, and regional programs, members of Safari Club International make a difference in the life of the environment and the animals that live there.
First for You
Humanitarian service programs are also a primary initiative of SCI Foundation. Through Sportsmen Against Hunger and SafariCare, food and supplies are provided to those in need, both in our backyard and in remote places of the world. The Disabled Hunter program fosters opportunities for disabled sportsmen and women to experience the hunting tradition. SafariWish grants hunting related wishes to those dealing with terminal or life-threatening illnesses.