Hello Club Members,
Bob Dylan once said “the times they are a changing”. As Sarcee evolves, some changes must occur, thus this newsletter being the last. We will assure you that all of the
articles will be on our brand new vibrant website. If there are any of you that don’t have a computer or internet, you are welcome to phone me and I will be pleased to bring
you up to speed with all club news.
The next meeting will host the area biologist who will give a year in review on hunting in the Calgary and greater area.
Don’t forget the annual banquet and awards dinner, tickets are selling fast.
Date: January 10 at the Mountain View Auditorium
Attendance: 15 members
The new year was off to a great start with the presentation on the basics of horn measuring. SFGA member Jim Clarke delivered an informative presentation explained the basics of scoring antlers, and providing an understanding of the different scoring organizations in North America.
Boat & Sportsman Show
Date: February 9-12 at the BMO Centre Stampede Grounds
Attendance: 30+ member volunteers
Thanks to everyone that was able to come down to volunteer at the B&SS this past February! All of your efforts are truly appreciated. There were a lot of Sarcee Members that came out but I really would like to thank Rob for doing all the heavy lifting by shuttling all the backboards, bird houses and supplies back and forth to storage. Also, Marty and his family put in many, many hours and kept everything running smoothly down at the show. Our volunteers were amazing and we had a few new members out volunteering and learning about our club.
Our booth was very solid this year. The interactive features of our booth are what really “brings it alive” and gets people interested in starting conversations with us! Once again […]
Date: January 27 at the Glamorgan Community Centre
Attendance: 120 members and guests in attendance
The S.F.G.A. annual horn scoring night was held January 27, 2017. There was total of 43 entries this year, slightly above average for our club. It was a good year for Whitetails with 16 total entries. The best six Whitetail entries scored greater than 150 B&C. However, the largest Whitetail entries were either non-members, expired members, or out of Province entries. It was also an above average year for both antelope and elk, with seven entries in each category.
There were 10 archery entries this year, (4 typ. Whitetails, 3 Typical Elk, 1 Typical Mule Deer, 1 Moose, 1 Antelope), which is above average. The number of archery entries and the quality of the archery entries has been steadily increasing over the years. There were two Boone and Crockett […]