SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL
Northeast Wisconsin Chapter

Who are 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.

 

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.

 

 

For more information contact: Terry Rainke at 920-621-7784 or email Terry at terryreinke@earthlink.net

 

Membership Application Form

 

Fill out your application, print it out, enclose your dues and mail it to:

 

Kevin Ott / Director of Membership
5151 W Anita St
Appleton, WI 54913