2014 Annual Banquet Information!
Speaker: Craig Boddington, hunter and journalist
Youth Hunt Drawing: First year youth hunters will be able to enter a drawing for a chance to win an elk hunt coordinated by the Montana Game Warden’s Association. There is no cost to enter, but youth (or parents) must complete the entry form found at the SCI Membership Booth. We will draw for the winner at approximately 7:30 pm.
IMPORTANT: To complete hunt, youth must have completed hunter safety and have purchased and/or applied for the appropriate tags and licenses (Elk B License drawing application due date is June 2nd). If needed, we can advise the winner on the tags or licenses required.
This hunt is donated by the Montana Game Warden’s Association and will be a local area hunt in UNIT 270.
When: March 15, 2014, doors open at 4:00 pm, dinner is served at 6:30 pm.
Where: Hilton Garden Inn, Missoula, MT
Room Block: Coming in from out of town for the Banquet? We have a room block at the Hilton. Call (406) 532-5300 to make your reservation. Be sure to ask for “Safari Club International”. Cost is $104 plus tax per night.
- TICKET INFO (Dinner tickets are $40 per person or $75 for two and double as a raffle ticket for a Weatherby 30-06). ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE. Please call us at 406.273.7224 OR 866.633.8110 to check on ticket availability.
- SPONSOR TABLES - Only 8 tables avaialble - learn more
- AUCTION ITEMS
- Booths and Displays...Craig Boddington, Cynthie Fisher Art, Sitka Gear, Makhulu Lodge, and more....
January 2014 SCI Foundation Newsletter
Court Denies Early Legal Challenge to Idaho Wolf/Elk Management
January 17, 2014, IDAHO. On Friday, January 17, 2014, an Idaho federal court judge denied an attempt by animal rights and wilderness groups to stop the removal of two wolf packs from the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area in central Idaho. Defenders of Wildlife, Center for Biological Diversity, Western Watersheds Project, Wilderness Watch and others filed the suit to challenge the Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s decision to hire a hunter/trapper to lethally remove two wolf packs in the Wilderness area. Read more.