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Jan
10
Fri
Dallas Safari Club Convention: Heritage @ Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center (Dallas, TX)
Jan 10 @ 8:00 am – Jan 12 @ 5:00 pm

Description: DSC is a mission-focused conservation organization, funded by hunters from around the world. With an administrative staff of less than 15 and a volunteer army of 500, DSC hosts the Greatest Hunters Convention on the Planet™ that raises funds for grants in conservation, outdoor education and hunter advocacy. In the past five years, more than $5 million has been channeled to qualified projects, organizations, and programs in support of that mission.

Expected Audience: 500+

Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades will have a booth set up at this event (Booth #940). Texas Brigades Staff will be on-site to direct cadets. Please use the form embedded below to sign up for this event!

BOA Opportunities Available:

    • A.3: Manned trifold display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.

    OR

    • A.4: Unmanned trifold display. Restrictions: trifold must be displayed for a minimum of 3 days consecutive days at a single location, or for the duration of an event.

    Jan
    11
    Sat
    Kennedale Youth Outdoors Convention @ Kennedale Performing Arts Center (Kennedale, TX)
    Jan 11 @ 7:30 am – 7:00 pm

    Description: Kennedale Outdoor Education Booster Club is hosting this event. This incredible line-up of all-star speakers from the state of Texas will provide opportunities for youth to participate in outdoor activities, camps, and programs. Come gather information about the following opportunities and programs out there: Texas Youth Hunting Program; Major League Fishing; Texas High School Bass Association; Texas Toyota Sharelunker Program; Athens Freshwater Fishery Center; NASP Archery; TPWD’s Explore Bow-hunting and Bow-fishing; Texas Brigades Summer Camps; Texas Toyota Sharelunker Program; Dan Bennett- Lake Bois D’Arc and Ralph Hall Reservoir. Don’t miss this one of a kind opportunity in the DFW Metroplex!

    Texas Brigades volunteers, cadets, and parents are invited to attend this event. Cadets may set their tri-folds up in front of the stage upon arrival early in the morning. If they arrive during a presentation, they may set up in front of the stage during the break after the presenter is finished. They will have an opportunity to give a group presentation during one of the presentation time slots.

    Expected Audience: 300+

    Texas Brigades Involvement: Bass Brigade Coordinator, Steven Bardin, will be on-site to organize cadets, parents, and volunteers at the Texas Brigades booth, as well as facilitate the group presentation. Please contact him directly at steven@texasprolakemanagement.com or (972) 824-3986 if you are interested in attending this event. We will have a display screen set up with powerpoint capabilities and microphones available for use.

    BOA Opportunities Possible:

    • A.1: Single presentation to a captive audience. Audiences may include, but are not limited to: school groups, 4-H Club, Kiwanis, SWCDs, etc. Topics: any area of interest learned at camp, or about your camp experience in general. Restrictions: If you set up your trifold next to you while doing a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.
    • A.3: Manned trifold display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.

    • A.4: Unmanned trifold display. Restrictions: trifold must be displayed for a minimum of 3 days consecutive days at a single location, or for the duration of an event.

    Jan
    17
    Fri
    Harper WMA Youth Hunt for Wounded Warriors in Memory of Jacob Krebs @ Harper Community Park (Harper, TX)
    Jan 17 @ 2:30 pm – Jan 19 @ 2:00 pm

    Description: This is a TYHP sponsored Youth Hunt in memory of Jacob Krebs who attended Texas Brigades as a cadet, was a TYHP Huntmaster, and was training to be a Navy SEAL before his passing. My family and I would love for any previous cadets to come speak at the Hunt Saturday evening to share your experiences about Texas Brigades.

    Expected Audience: 50+

    Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades alumnus & Summer Staff Member, Julie Krebs, will be on-site to coordinate cadets. Please contact Julie directly at juliekrebs11@yahoo.com if you are interested in attending.

    BOA Opportunities Available:

    • A.1: Single presentation to a captive audience. Audiences may include, but are not limited to: school groups, 4-H Club, Kiwanis, SWCDs, etc. Topics: any area of interest learned at camp, or about your camp experience in general. Restrictions: If you set up your trifold next to you while doing a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.
    • A.3: Manned trifold display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.

    • A.4: Unmanned trifold display. Restrictions: trifold must be displayed for a minimum of 3 days consecutive days at a single location, or for the duration of an event.

    • A.5: Assist with a natural resource, wildlife, or conservation organization’s event. Points awarded per day of assistance. Examples of assisting include: helping set up the event, assisting with instruction, or staffing a booth (without your trifold).
    Jan
    18
    Sat
    Youth Fishing Derby @ Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve (Houston, TX)
    Jan 18 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

    Description: Texas Brigades representatives are able to help families and youth during the derby, as well as talk to participants about Texas Brigades.

    Expected Audience: Unknown

    Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades Volunteer, Michael Scherer, will be on-site to coordinate cadets. Please contact him directly at michael@fishingsfuture.org if you are interested in attending.

    BOA Opportunities Available:

    • A.3: Manned trifold display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.

    • A.4: Unmanned trifold display. Restrictions: trifold must be displayed for a minimum of 3 days consecutive days at a single location, or for the duration of an event.

    • A.5: Assist with a natural resource, wildlife, or conservation organization’s event. Points awarded per day of assistance. Examples of assisting include: helping set up the event, assisting with instruction, or staffing a booth (without your trifold).
    Mar
    6
    Fri
    2020 Texas Brigades Fundraiser @ Witte Museum (San Antonio, TX)
    Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

    More info will be posted on our Fundraiser Page as it becomes available…for now, save the date!