Southwest Washington Chapter
Safari Club International

     WE Support the mission of SCI through local activities which serve local interests and needs, emphasizing safety, humanitarian efforts, youth activities, and hunters rights.

     Southwest Washington Safari Club International is the local interest chapter of Safari Club International and is headquartered in and around the Vancouver, Washington , and Portland, Oregon area.

     Southwest Washington Safari Club International has an established Sportsmen Against Hunger program, has organized a group of dedicated certified hunter safety instructors conducting multiple classes, joined in a partnership to restore the Columbia Whitetail deer to Native American tribal lands, published an SCI National award winning newsletter, and successfully raised funds with three annual fundraising banquets.

     Further, through membership in Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation, and Hunter's Heritage Council, we have joined with like minded organizations to work at the state lawmaking level to preserve hunters' rights. Our membership is now approaching 200 people and it continues to grow every year.
 

     We invite all hunters, fishermen, wildlife conservationists, educators, and other interested parties to join us in the pursuit of continued progress in management of wildlife and the outdoors for the benefit of all, in addition to humanitarian pursuits, hunters safety, and education.

Meetings of Board of Directors and General Membership Meetings
Members are encouraged to attend. Meetings begin at 6:00 PM.

     General membership meetings are held 3 times a year on dates and at times and locations are announced well in advance. Previous meetings have been held at some of the premier private trophy rooms in the area.

     They should not be missed. Drawings for merchandise are held, and good food is always served. It is the place for members to vote on club issues, and have their voices heard.

Board meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month. Location To Be Announced. Contact Bill Perkins 503-314-1894 for location information each month.