Dallas, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- DSC welcomes the latest group to join its chapter affiliate program – DSC South Texas.
The recent addition marks the fourth chapter to join DSC in their vision of a society that values wildlife, engages in its conservation, and understands and supports the role of well-regulated hunting in the sustainable use of wild resources.
The new chapter consists of 128 members with at least 40 Life Members. DSC South Texas offers sportsmen and women an avenue to connect with each other in a variety of events, such as their dove shoot and dinner planned for early October. Also, a bourbon-tasting event featuring a speaker from The Hunting Report is tentatively set for late October.
“DSC South Texas brings together some of the most passionate members from across south Texas to commit to our mission of protecting our hunting heritage,” said DSC Chapter Development Coordinator Kim Rappleye. “It is evident that others share the same interests and desire to ensure the future of wildlife and its conservation. We welcome this new group into the chapter family.”
“DSC South Texas was started with a group of people who have a compelling desire to be actively involved in supporting DSC and its mission on a more local level,” said DSC South Texas Chapter President Sean McNelis. “We are a close network of similarly-minded hunters who enjoy each other's company over fun social events while supporting hunters' rights, conservation, anti-poaching and education initiatives.”
DSC joins DSC Northeast, Lubbock Sportsman's Club and DSC Austin in a network of ardent hunters-conservationists. The new chapter is a sign of the expanding reach and interest of DSC in an effort to connect individuals without geographic ties together to achieve the club's mission. Along with this recent addition, DSC is expecting more chapters to join soon. DSC has more than 6,000 members worldwide.
Parties interested in forming a new DSC chapter can contact Kim Rappleye at 972-980-9800.
About DSC (Dallas Safari Club):
A member of IUCN, 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.
Get involved with DSC at www.biggame.org.