The Four Corners SCI chapter is pleased to announce the Legacy Project, a program to help and encourage youth in our area to not only get outdoors but stay out, enjoy it and then pass it on to others, thus establishing a Legacy. This year, at our 15th annual banquet on March 14th, we will be presenting one local and deserving youth with a new rifle. This is where we need your help. We are asking for nominations of passionate youth who live in the four corners, wants to hunt but are unable to afford a gun or must share one with a sibling. If you know of and would like to nominate a local youth please email us back with a short nomination letter as to why this youth is a good candidate to not only receive this rifle but to establish a Legacy by passing the rifle on to another youth as they grow older. Please include the name, age and parental contact information for any nomination. All emailed nominations must be received by Feb. 26th to be considered by the board. The Board members will make a final decision on the recipient of this award and the winner will be announced the night of the banquet.
February 13, 2015
Four Corners SCI chapter announces the Legacy Project
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