Denver SablesSCI Foundation® Sables are leaders in wildlife education to preserve the hunting heritage worldwide. Sables women and men help advance outstanding SCI Foundation Education programs that instill a love of the outdoors and respect for nature.

Why the Sable?
The Sable, one of the largest and most stunning antelope, is an elegant animal with a glossy coat and distinctive markings. Swift and fierce in defending its young and its territory, the Sable is a magnificent symbol of our outdoor heritage.

Sables Mission Statement
SCIF Sables is a Committee of SCI committed to furthering the understanding of our outdoor heritage, including the positive role of hunting, through the creation and support of wildlife and conservation educational programs.

Sables Vision Statement
SCIF Sables: Leaders in wildlife education to preserve our hunting heritage worldwide

About SABLES

Founded in 1984 by the women of SCI®, the SCI Foundation Sables are committed to continuing our outdoor heritage. They volunteer their time to raise funds to support educational programs that promote conservation and hunting.

The SCIF Sables recognize that the future of the shooting sports and hunting rest with today’s youth. Their efforts are directed toward educating teachers, youth group leaders and young people about our outdoor heritage.

The blueprint at the national and local level is simple: fun, food, new friends, volunteering and fundraising. Using a combination of events, auctions, and other activities, Sables meet new people, have a great time, raise money for their programs, and enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes from making a difference.

Drawn together by their respect for wildlife and our outdoor heritage, SCIF Sables come from all walks of life: stay-at-home moms, teachers, business people, lawyers, nurses, and many others. Using their many talents and skills, they work together to share their joy and enthusiasm for wildlife conservation.

SCI Foundation® Sables are leaders in wildlife education to preserve the hunting heritage worldwide. Sables women and men help advance outstanding SCI Foundation Education programs that instill a love of the outdoors and respect for nature.

Denver Sables Annual Report May 2016

Denver Sables Leadership team:  Mary Predovich, Tammy Scott,  Debra Blake Our Sables won the STARS award for 2015 over all of the Sables Committees worldwide.  We won with your help and were given this award at the 2016 convention.  The prize was a gold Sable necklace...

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SABLES Awards

Denver SABLES Win STARS Award!

The Denver SABLES won the 2015 Stars Award from SCIF - Sables for their recruitment of new members, funding of education projects and education outdoor adventures for the members. Last year this group won second place so we moved up! Thank you to everyone who...

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Denver Sable of the Year 2012-2013

Susanne Roller was the recipient of the Denver Sable of the Year Award for 2012-2013. She was awarded a beautiful pewter casted Sable, titled, "Sir Sable", by Rudl R. Mergelman that represents our outdoor heritage.  Susanne has been a strong supporter of the Denver...

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SABLES Happenings

Sables Summer Soiree

SABLES SUMMER SOIREE PAINTING ON THE PRAIRIE Monday, July 31st from 10:29 AM to 2:00 PM Lincoln mountain ranch Host: Mary Predovich 303-550-6016 Map will be mailed after RSVP. Contact Mary with questions:...

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Denver Sables Fishing at Spinney Reservoir

August 18, 2016 We headed out early for a morning fishing adventure on Spinney Mountain Reservoir.  We split up into two boats and fished away with the guides from Tightline Outdoors, Nate Zelinsky and Will Dykstra. The prize was a 46 inch Northern Pike that slashed...

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Jan 24, 2014

Safari Club International & Denver Sables,

I want to thank you for the unique opportunity to attend the American Wilderness Leadership School in Wyoming. I gained a lot of skills for integrating outdoor education and science into my regular school classroom. I feel far more prepared with specific activities for teaching children and collaborating with the other teachers who also attended the camp. I intend on sharing my materials and activities I learned with the other teacher in my building, therefore sharing what I learned.

The AWLS camp was definitely the highlight of my summer, making it booth an intellectually stimulating and growing experience. These experiences have a special place in my heart forever! Thanks you!

Sincerely,
Maggie