Safari Club International’s
Members make a difference
Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Chapter of Safari Club International is made up of a group of
local hunters concerned about the future of wildlife and hunting. We are one of over 185
Chapters worldwide, with over 53,000 members dedicated to conservation, education,
humanitarian programs, and protecting our hunters rights.  Our efforts are funded
through donations and proceeds from our annual banquet and Fund Raiser held every
Spring.
We are Pledged
To encourage good fellowship among those who hunt;
To take action in protecting our hunting heritage; and
To educate the public to the vital role of hunters in
conservation.
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If you are interested in becoming a member of the
Alaska Kenai Chapter you must first become a
member of Safari Club International (SCI).

National Membership is $65/year. Application
materials are available on the SCI website.

Chapter Membership is $10/year. For application
information contact
Jeff Bryden.
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We hope you enjoy our website and that you
will become involved in protecting and
preserving our natural heritage so that all
future generations, hunters and non-hunters
alike, can enjoy it.  
Dedicated to Conservation, Education, Humanitarian
Services and Protecting our Hunter's Rights
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Information
Kenai Peninsula
Chapter Dues now $10
February Board meeting has been changed to
Monday, February 10th at 5:00 PM
and will be held at the upstairs conference
room in the 4 D building in Soldotna.


The Chapter General Membership meeting
will be held March 20th from 6:00 pm to 8:00
pm at the Aspen Hotel Conference room in
Soldotna. Our guest speaker will be Mark
Tuter talking about hunting in Africa and his
recent hunt in Mongolia for Ibex. Please try
to attend and bring a friend.


For additional information contact Jeff Bryden at:
jrbryden@yahoo.com
.