Dubois County Sportsmen Club
MISSION STATEMENT
"...to support the county of Dubois, adjacent counties, and state of Indiana in the conservation of our natural resources," -President John Toy

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1/15/2018 :: Club Meeting
Location: Moose Lodge, Jasper

2/19/2018 :: DCSC Meeting
Location: The Rock, Ireland

3/19/2018 :: DCSC Meeting
Location: Happy Hour, Celestine

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2014 Dubois County Hunt For The Hungry

The annual Hunters for the Hungry program administered by the Dubois County Sportsman's Club is underway. Any legally harvested deer may be taken to either Ferdinand Processing, Sander Processing in Celestine, Cannelburg Processing or Ohio Valley Custom Deer Processing in English. The total number of families served in 2013 was 26,803 and total number of people who benefited from the Hunters for the hungry was 111,398.

If you would like to make a donation to our Hunters for the Hungry program to help pay for processing, you can send it to the Dubois County Sportsman’s Club at P.O. Box 304, Jasper, IN 47547-0304. Please make checks payable to: The Dubois County Sportsman’s Club and put “Hunt for the Hungry” on the memo line of the check. Processing costs for the club are $60 per deer, which is a greatly reduced price.

Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry

Are you hunting outside of Dubois County and want to donate your deer to help those in need? Visit www.HoosiersFeedingTheHungry.org to find a list of participating butchers. Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry is a statewide non-profit whose mission is:

"Providing nutritious protein to food banks and hunger relief organizations within Indiana …One pound at a time…"

Thanks to the support of Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund and local community foundations, Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry will pay 100% of processing fees to area butcher shops and the meat will then be distributed to local hunger relief agencies within that community.

Indiana’s Farmers & Hunters Feeding Hungry

Signing up for fishing or hunting license online or at a DNR facility? Please be sure to consider donating to the Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund to help pay processing fees for venison donated to Indiana’s food banks! The Sportsman’s Benevolence Fund pays exclusively for the processing of deer meat to feed Indiana’s hungry. Protein sources like venison and other wild game are the most needed yet, least available food resource for food banks. The meat from one deer will provide enough for 200 meals!

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