Two fall NWTF Wheelin Sportsman events for disabled persons are on tap for east Texas this fall…

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The National Wild Turkey Federations  Wheelin Sportsman (NWTFWS) outreach program for disabled sports persons provides opportunities for these folks to enjoy fishing ,hunting and other outdoor activities.

 

Bream Buster Challenge…Oct.12th
The Pineywoods Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will host the 11th Annual Wheelin’ Sportsmen, Bream Buster Challenge at the Lufkin State Supported Living Center on October 12th, 2013.  This event has offered people who call the Lufkin Living Center their home a chance to enjoy many outdoor activities over the years. The annual event serves people who have disabilities and provides an opportunity to fish, enjoy animals through pet therapy and learn about nature through art and other exciting outdoor activities.
For more information contact:
Lufkin State Supported Living Center, Lynn Hopper 936 634 3353

2012  NWTF Angelina Deer Hunt group photo
2012 NWTF Angelina Deer Hunt group photo

 

Our annual  NWTF  Angelina Wheelin’ Sportsman Deer Hunt is set for December 13 and 14th….

Over 7,000 acres will be available for this very successful hunt. The hunt will take place on the Winston Tree farm, U.S. Forest Service- Stephen F. Austin Experimental Forest and TPWD Alazan Wildlife Management Area in southern Nacogdoches County.
The Pineywoods NWTF Chapter partners with April AWOL NWTF Chapter, Gulf Coast NWTF Chapter U.S. Forest Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service to deliver this weekend deer hunt for disabled hunters.
For more Information on these activities contact Dale Bounds, 936 635 2116, email: dkbounds@suddenlink.net.
Many volunteers make these fine events possible .Great memories have been made for volunteers and participants alike.  It is estimated that about 350 participants and 350 volunteers have enjoyed these NWTF outdoor events over the years.

Dale Bounds

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