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Oct
20
Wed
Buck Fever @ Seguin Events Complex and Coliseum
Oct 20 @ 5:30 pm – Oct 21 @ 10:00 pm

Description: Buck Fever event mission is to provide a program fro adults and youth to exhibit their previous years of deer harvest, exotic displays, and also to include educational/commercial booths. This event consists of two nights of family atmosphere, good food, fellowship, contests, education, and fun. Their goal is to put together outdoor hunting and fishing exhibits and provide a place where outdoorsmen/women can come together and exchange experiences. To educate the youth about the wonderful world of the outdoors and to learn to protect, preserve and enjoy the wildlife, fish, and all of the native resources provided to us.

Expected Audience: Up to 200+

Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades Program Manager, Susannah Saathoff, will be coordinating cadets at this event to man the Texas Brigades booth. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/DAnConDYQPdhfE1M8 Or email us at susannah@texasbrigades.org

BOA Opportunities Available:

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

or

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

 

Oct
21
Thu
Buck Fever @ Seguin Events Complex and Coliseum
Oct 21 @ 5:30 pm – Oct 22 @ 10:00 pm

Description: Buck Fever event mission is to provide a program fro adults and youth to exhibit their previous years of deer harvest, exotic displays, and also to include educational/commercial booths. This event consists of two nights of family atmosphere, good food, fellowship, contests, education, and fun. Their goal is to put together outdoor hunting and fishing exhibits and provide a place where outdoorsmen/women can come together and exchange experiences. To educate the youth about the wonderful world of the outdoors and to learn to protect, preserve and enjoy the wildlife, fish, and all of the native resources provided to us.

Expected Audience: Up to 200+

Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades Program Manager, Susannah Saathoff, will be coordinating cadets at this event to man the Texas Brigades booth. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/DAnConDYQPdhfE1M8 Or email us at susannah@texasbrigades.org

BOA Opportunities Available:

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

or

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

 

Oct
22
Fri
Fishing’s Future – Halloween Fish or Treat @ Huntsville State Park
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 

Description: Join Fishing Futures and TPWD for a Spooktacular fishing event. This is an open event to the community.
Come dressed in your Halloween costume for a contest. There will be fun family games, fishing and candy. The event will take place
on the patio behind Raven’s Lodge. Daily park entrance fee required.
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/560541751823490/?ref=newsfeed

Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades not be at this event. If you wish to volunteer please contact Michael Scherer by text at 832-202-5221 or email at michael@fishingsfuture.org

Expected Audience: 40+

 

BOA Opportunities Available:

       

      • 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 poster or trifold).
      Nov
      1
      Mon
      Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
      Nov 1 all-day

      Event For: Cadets

      Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

      After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

      Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

      Nov
      6
      Sat
      Kendall County Wild Game Dinner @ Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center
      Nov 6 @ 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Description: At the Kendall County Wild Game Dinner, you can expect everything from Axis, Alligator and it’s probably bacon wrapped, sizzled, seared or sautéed! And, for those who prefer the conventional cuisine, we’ve got you covered. We have 20 cook teams returning each year and as we’ve always said, our cooks are the backbone of this event. They are the reason that we draw the huge crowds year after year, “This group can cook”! The fantastic food, amazing auction items, games, vendors, there is something for everyone at this exciting event. This event will be taking place in Comfort, TX.

      Expected Audience: Unknown

      Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades Program Manager, Susannah Saathoff, will be coordinating cadets at this event to man the Texas Brigades booth. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/2StQKWBjsx7sHUvNA  Or email us at susannah@texasbrigades.org

      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.

         

        Dec
        1
        Wed
        Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
        Dec 1 all-day

        Event For: Cadets

        Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

        After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

        Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

        Jan
        1
        Sat
        Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
        Jan 1 all-day

        Event For: Cadets

        Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

        After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

        Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

        Jan
        6
        Thu
        2022 Dallas Safari Club Convention: 40 Years of DSC @ Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center (Dallas, TX)
        Jan 6 @ 8:00 am – Jan 9 @ 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: 1,000+

        Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades will have a booth set up at this event (Booth #932). Texas Brigades Staff and volunteers 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/poster display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold/poster while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation.

          OR

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

          Feb
          1
          Tue
          Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
          Feb 1 all-day

          Event For: Cadets

          Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

          After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

          Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

          Mar
          1
          Tue
          Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
          Mar 1 all-day

          Event For: Cadets

          Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

          After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

          Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.