March 4, 2017

Presented by:   Inland Empire Chapter Safari Club International

Helping Community & Hunters in Northern Idaho & Eastern Washington

Greetings and Welcome, to our   “ Hunters First Banquet ”  it is a fund raising event to benefit our local wildlife, conservation, humanitarian and educational projects.

Doors open at 4:00 pm.
Dinner - Live & Silent Auction - Games - Raffles - Door Prizes                          

Mirabeau Park Hotel                                                         
1100 N. Sullivan Rd.
Spokane Valley, WA  99037
Room Reservations (509) 924-9000

Check out the Auction Program items on our website  OR

Auction items will be updated regularly.   

Your DONATIONS are welcome & appreciated, contact:   Brian Nutley 509 844-3005

70% of funds raised stay local, to benefit our conservation, humanitarian and education projects.

TICKET ORDER FORMS AVAILABLE AT  or call Brian Nutley at  509 844-3005

Thank you for your past support and attendance to our Hunters First Banquet. We look forward to seeing you on March 4th to continue supporting and befitting local conservation efforts. 

-- If you have questions about the event --   Please call --  Sandy Podsaid at  (208) 682-3399

Chapter History & Highlights

● The Inland Empire Chapter of Safari Club International was founded over 28
years ago. We are one of the oldest and most respected chapters in SCI.

● We’ve supported hunter rights and access for future generations with over $450,000
raised to'date.

● SCI National supports us in the form of matching grants for local projects.

● 70% of the funds raised stay right here; are managed locally and dispersed with the
discretion of our elected board of directors for the chapter.

Some Past Projects Funded by your generous contributions are: 

1 Annual scholarships to EWU, U of I, and WSU, student recipients must be studying Forestry or Biology.

2. The “Sportsmen Against Hunger Program”, we’ve donated over 5000 pounds of wild game to those in need.

3. We Support & Host many disabled hunter programs.

4. Support of the AWLS (American Wilderness Leadership School) in Jackson Hole,
Wyoming.  Funding for local teachers to incorporate conservation education through biology, habitat projects and the outdoors for the classroom curriculum.

5. Financial support to Washington and Idaho Fish and Game Depts. for wildlife recovery
programs, anti-poaching and educational events.

6. Financial support of the Fish Hatchery on the Little Spokane River and guided tours, to over 2,000 school children tour this facility annually

7. In the last eight years, the chapter has provided funding for numerous educational and
environmental facilities designed to attract people to the outdoors.

8. The chapter holds an annual “New Shooters Day” at the Miller Ranch. This event is
designed to be a fun for kids, moms or anybody that is just learning. The stations include a skeet rang, archery targets and .22 rifle range in addition to many safety instructions. The event averages up to 120 participants and has had up to 160 attendees, with lunch included.

The Inland Empire Chapter is dedicated to hunter rights, education, conservation,
habitat for wildlife and humanitarian projects with an emphasis for our youth.

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