Hands of a Sportsman was fortunate to provide four Dream Hunts for four hunters. That would not happen without the generosity of our magnificent donor base. We appreciate each and every person who has played a role in our success.
As we position our organization for significant growth in the months and years ahead, we wanted to take a few moments to recap the successful Fall 2017 hunts.
In early October, Hands of a Sportsman partnered with Eastside Lodge Outfitters of Illinois to grant Joel Shytle with a 3-day youth hunt. Even though Joel didn't get his first buck, it provided Joel a experience of a lifetime. Joel finally shot his first buck at the Sawtooth Oak Farms disabled hunt held in early December.
Also in early October, our organization partnered with United Bowhunters of Pennsylvania Disabled Program to provide two lucky kids a hunt of a lifetime. Joseph Yarish of Pennsylvania, and Tucker Hauser from South Carolina were the selected hunters from a pool of ideal candidates. Both were able to shoot their first bucks ever!
Hands of a Sportsman partnered with Wyoming Disabled Hunters in November to make our 4th Dream Hunt possible for William Hatley from North Carolina. William battled the cold weather and snow in his track chair to shoot his first Mule Deer buck.
None of these hunts were possible without the generosity of our partners and those who support Hands of a Sportsman! Thank You for helping us
With your support, we look forward to a successful 2018.
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