Colorado Youth Outdoors

May 28, 2016

SCI Denver Chapter
Colorado Youth Outdoors
Windsor, Colorado

It’s our first family fishing, archery and barbecue outing of the season. We have Vets from Operation TBI, Freedom Hunters, WyCo and families from Craig and Children’s Hospital, about 125 people with volunteers and staff. We have archery and fly fishing instructors, rafts that can take wheelchairs, Argo’s and prizes at lunch. It is also the annual Denver SCI Chapter members meeting and they are here to see our humanitarian outreach program in action.

It is a beautiful day and people head over to the many ponds, all full of fish; others head to the 3-D archery course. Children and adults are enjoying CYO’s fantastic grounds. Some of the ponds have docks which is great for wheelchairs and certain disabilities. At 12:00 we gather everyone up for a great lunch and introductions to all of the non-profits we are hosting today. Then it is back to the fishing and archery. Everyone has had a wonderful time!

Bob Adwar
Humanitarian Chair
SCI Denver Chapter

If you would like more information or wish to donate towards the Denver SCI Humanitarian efforts please contact Bob Adwar, Humanitarian Chair at 303-881-0400.

A Day of Fishing, Archery and Fun at Colorado Youth Outdoors

Colorado You Outdoors facility at Swift Ponds

You are invited to a day of fishing, archery and fun!

Saturday, May 28th

10am – 3pm

The annual Denver SCI members meeting will be held in conjunction with this event from 1:00 to 2:00pm

Dear Friends of Freedom Hunters, Operation TBI Freedom and Craig Hospital, and Project Wounded Ego,

You are invited for a day of fishing, archery and fun at the Colorado Youth Outdoors Swift Pond Facility. Lunch is included. Fishing and archery gear will be provided as needed. Thank you to the Denver Chapter of Safari Club International for sponsoring this event. We look forward to seeing you!

Where to meet:

Colorado Youth Outdoors Facility
4927 E. County Rd. 36
Ft. Collins, CO 80528

Adventure Date:

Saturday, May 28th, 2016

Time:

Arrive – 10:00 am
Members Meeting from 1:00 – 2:00
Depart – 3:00 pm
Transportation is NOT provided.

Food:

Lunch and drinks will be provided

Please RSVP to:

Bob Adwar
Bob@freedomhunters.org
303-881-0400

 

Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. The Denver SCI Chapter is approximately 200 members strong. In addition to our regular members we are also able to leverage a much larger group through significant participation and coordination with other Colorado SCI Chapters as well as Pheasants Forever, Mule Deer Foundation, etc. Our two main areas of focus for fundraising are Humanitarian Efforts and Education. For more information visit www.denversci.org.

About Freedom Hunters:

Saluting the noble work of our courageous men and women of the Armed Forces is our mission.  Freedom Hunters would like to reflect the outdoor community’s appreciation to the troops by taking select active duty and combat veterans on outdoor adventures. With help from sportsmen conservation groups, outfitters, corporations and land owners, Freedom Hunters will honor individuals from all branches of the Military. www.freedomhunters.org

Freedom Hunters
PO Box 600
Elizabeth, CO 80107
www.freedomhunters.org