Ohio Valley Safari Club International

2001 Annual Fund Raiser Banquet 

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The Ohio Valley Chapter, Safari Club International will be holding its annual banquet and Fund Raiser January 20, 2001 at the Holiday Inn, Hourstbourne Lane, Louisville, Kentucky. This years event includes an all day hunting show and seminars. The purpose of the event is to generate funds to support a variety of special conservation projects as well as being informative and entertaining.

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 Live Auction Items as of 1/15/2001


Republic of South Africa 10 Day Plains Game Hunt
Donated by Madubula Safaris, John and Lauri Abraham

This 10 day hunt to be taken between March 1 through November 30, 2001 is for two hunters and includes the following:

Service of one fully licensed professional hunter.
Accommodations, meals, beverage and daily laundry during the ten days of hunting.
Ground transportation during the course of the safari.
Field preparation of the trophies.
All Government taxes.

Not included in the hunt:
Daily rates for observers or additional hunters.
Trophy fees
Gratuities
Air transportation to R.S.A. (Hotels before or after hunt.)
Transportation prior to and after the safari.

This hunt can be upgraded to include additional hunters or to a dangerous game hunt.
Madubula Safaris has eight government concessions and once the buyer has indicated his or her preference of trophies they will plan the hunt to take place in the best areas for those particular species. This is not a ranch hunt but rather a classic African safari in government concessions with tented camps, free roaming animals and the opportunity of encountering the big five in the areas.

Value: $8,780.00
Donated by: Madubula Safaris, John and Lauri Abraham

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HUNT NEW ZEALAND SAFARIS and HUNT AUSTRALIA PTY LTD.

The hunt is a fully guided 5 day hunt, in the Southern Alps of the South Island of NEW ZEALAND. For any or all, depending on weather and hunting conditions, of the following species:

RED STAG, WAPITI, FALLOW BUCK, HIMALAYAN THAR, ALPINE CHAMOIS, FERAL RAM, and GOAT.

It includes a credit of US$500 towards the trophy fees below. The normal retail value of this donation is US$3000.

It includes the services of a professional guide, food, accommodations, and road transport.

SIKA STAG, BUFFALO, BANTENG, RUSA OR OTHER SPECIES in Australia or New Caledonia may also be added to the hunt by arrangement.

Additional days may be added to the hunt at the normal day rate of US$500/day and the hunt extended if required.

One additional hunter can be added to the hunt at US$350/day or a non-hunting companion at US$150/day.

The preferred hunt period is late March to early August 2001 or 2002.

Accommodation during the hunt is in guesthouses, lodges, mountain huts or high level tents depending on the conditions of the hunt and the trophies chosen.

The hunting will be carried out on our concessions in the Southern Alps, or a private game ranch.

Note: This donation cannot be purchased and used as a credit on hunts currently booked with either Hunt Australia or Hunt New Zealand Safaris

TROPHY FEES APPLICABLE TO DONATED HUNTS 2001

RED STAG US$3000 to silver medal quality
US$5500 to gold medal quality
top 10 type stags by individual quotation
WAPITI (ELK) US$3500-10000 by size
THAR * US$3000 best available,
CHAMOIS * US$2000 " "
FALLOW US$1500 best in park
GOAT US$500 RAM US$500 - US$1000 by size
SIKA, BUFFALO, RUSA etc - These hunts can be added to donated hunt they are conducted by outfitters affiliated to Hunt New Zealand.

*Helicopter time to access these animals is included in the fee - no additional charges are made on the first trophy of each species.

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"Black and White"
37" x 25"
Handcolored original print 1994
Limited Edition 150

All images copyright © Guy Coheleach. All rights reserved.

Guy Coheleach Print

Guy Coheleach's paintings have received the Society of Animal Artists' Award of Excellence an unprecedented eight times. This most prestigious honor is awarded by the curators and professors of fine art from museums and universities across America. He received the celebrated Master Artist Medal from the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in 1983, one of only nine artists both living and dead so honored at the time.

Donated By: Mill Pond Press

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Winchester "Tradition" Gun Safe Model T6030G

The Winchester Tradition surpasses all other gun safes with quality craftsmanship, security and fire protection. This top-of-the-line safe not only carries the superior Omega Point Laboratories 1550° F Fire Resistant Safe label, it carries the Underwriters Laboratories Gun Safe label, as well. An auxiliary re-locker activates when forced entry is attempted. A five spoke handle controls up to 14 active 1 ¼ inch diameter steel bolts. In every Tradition model safe, the 3/16 inch continuously welded steel walls are packed with two layer of 5/8 inch drywall for fire-resistant insulation.

Inside delivery at no additional charge: Any residential or business location within a 25 mile radius of Louisville, Ky., to a first floor location with no more than 1-3 steps. Special delivery requirements may require additional costs.

Donated By: Fire King International

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Texas Quail Hunt For Two

This exclusive hunt is for two days, two hunters on the fabulous King Ranch in Kingsville Texas. Included are transportation while in Kingsville, guides and dogs. Not included: Transportation to and from Kingsville, Accommodations, meals and license.

Donated by: Mark Reynerson


"Sunspots"
20" x 32"

SUNSPOTS 1997
Limited Edition 450
All images copyright © Guy Coheleach. All rights reserved.

Guy Coheleach Print

Guy Coheleach's paintings have received the Society of Animal Artists' Award of Excellence an unprecedented eight times. This most prestigious honor is awarded by the curators and professors of fine art from museums and universities across America. He received the celebrated Master Artist Medal from the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in 1983, one of only nine artists both living and dead so honored at the time.

Donated By: Mill Pond Press

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Wisconsin Grouse Hunt,
October 13-17, 2001

5 Day Grouse hunt in the beautiful Flambeau area of Northern Wisconsin. Lodging at Big Bear Lodge, Meals, Transportation, Guide,and Dogs included. Group will drive to Wisconsin on October 12 and return on October 18. Departure from Henryville Indiana. Hunter will provide personal gear, guns, shells, five day Wisconsin licence and personal adult beverages.
Additional hunters are $2100.00

Donated by: Rick Davis of Briargate Outfitters and White Oak Elk Ranch


Half Day Quail Hunt– Deer Creek Lodge

Terms are as follows: (1) The hunt require two hunters minimum; (2) The value of the hunt is $325, so one hunter pays regular rate and the other hunter gets to hunt for whatever he bids, (3) The hunt can be upgraded at regular rates.

Donated by: Tim Stull of Deer Creek Lodge


Standard Camo Ground Blind

Standard Blinds Include Carrying Bag Frame & CoverFold Down Covers for the 2 rear windows
2 ground spikes.
All Blinds have a 60" 2 sided zipper in the rear
Donated By: Dee's Camo Blinds

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"Mountain Rush", Puma
18" x 32"

1994 Limited Edition 950
All images copyright © Guy Coheleach. All rights reserved.

Guy Coheleach Print

Guy Coheleach's paintings have received the Society of Animal Artists' Award of Excellence an unprecedented eight times. This most prestigious honor is awarded by the curators and professors of fine art from museums and universities across America. He received the celebrated Master Artist Medal from the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in 1983, one of only nine artists both living and dead so honored at the time.

Donated By: Mill Pond Press

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Fur Coat

A ranch /mahogany mink and natural leather reversible jacket. Front closure with zipper.

Retail Value: $3500.00
Donated By: Yudofsky Furriers


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"Foxfire"
21" x 26"

FOXFIRE 1992
Limited Edition 750
All images copyright © Guy Coheleach. All rights reserved.

Guy Coheleach Print

For painters as for composers, a good idea is rarely exhausted with one treatment, and Coheleach frequently paints variations on one theme, exploring it in different ways. This painting is a good example: He painted a miniature first, followed by 'Foxfire', which was printed by Mill Pond in 1992, and then 'Foxfire II' which was in The Society of Animal Artists 1993 Exhibition. In this case, trying different approaches was enjoyable for Coheleach because of the subject matter. "I love painting snow and I love painting foxes in the snow, because they always provide a highlight that really warms up a cold winter painting. If I have a good idea and it works, I have no problem reworking it a number of times, exploring different approaches. Generally, the idea for going further than just one painting is that frequently I'm torn - should I do it this way, or that way? - So I finally I do it both ways just to see which is better. Very often, they are both good."

Donated By: Mill Pond Press

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Deer Tapestry

100% cotton tapestry print by nationally recognized Wisconsin wildlife artist Terry Doughty. 51" x 68".

Donated By: Buckmasters Online


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Self propelled Lawn Mower

Scotts Self Propelled lawnmower. Powered by Tecumseh, the world's largest manufacturer of air-cooled engines and transmissions for the lawn & garden industry.

Donated By: Tecumseh Products Company


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Tiffany Hanging Light

Manufactured by Matuzas, a beautiful hand crafted hanging fixture.

Donated by: Falls City Electric



Bronze Sculpture by Doyle Glass

"El Borrego Cimmaron" means the "red sheep" in Spanish. Doyle's sculpture of a Desert Bighorn Ram is modeled after a sheep that was native to the rugged Tres Virgines Mountains of Mexico. This sculpture depicts the Desert Bighorn as the proud, rugged survivalist that the species is.

Doyle has dedicated this sculpture to his father, George H. Glass, who died of cancer in 1997. Doyle's father was a hunter and wildlife conservationist. There are only six of these sculptures in existence and there will not be any more cast, so this bronze should be very collectible.

Donated By: Doyle Glass

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