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LANSING -- It was a bitter ...
LANSING -- It was a bitter 18-degree winter night when Robert Easterbrook, of Troy, wandered from corner to corner in Detroit feeding hungry people in the city.
That evening, Easterbrook
and other local hunters donated 50 pounds of venison burger to the Salvation Army
on Bagley Street.
Volunteers turned their contribution into enough chili to feed 800 people, he
"When hunters donate their game it has a big effect," said Easterbrook
"It's amazing these people got a hot meal on a very cold night."
Easterbrook, a former president and current board member of Safari Club's Detroit chapter, has been hunting game in areas across the globe -- from South America to Africa and Australia -- for 60 years.
main hunt in Michigan is deer because of their abundant numbers, he
said, and last year he
donated almost 1,000 pounds of venison to charity.
A 1991 state law allows hunters to give commercially processed wild game to charity.
helped push that to success, and was also involved in organizing the Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger (MSAH) group the same year.
SCI Novi Chapter
Bob Easterbrook, Sr., a SCI Life Member and past president of Safari Club International, has generously donated a one day Michigan feral hog hunt for two hogs.
Please contact Bob Easterbrook, Sr.
to schedule your hunt.
Please thank Bob
for this great donation when you see him in the crowd tonight.
Bob Easterbrook, Sr.
Bob Easterbrook, Sr. 248-585-1415
Safari Club International - Detroit Chapter
Sensory Safari was started by Bob Easterbrook, Sr. of the SCI Detroit Chapter in 1991.
Since that first Sensory Safari, several hundred have been sponsored and conducted by Safari Club personnel throughout the United States and in many other countries.
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The unique "Sensory Safari" was created by former SCI President Robert Easterbrook Sr. in 1991 as an exciting educational program promoting wildlife awareness among the blind or visually impaired.
I had called Bob ...
I had called Bob Easterbrook, past president of SCI, who called his son Neal at work.