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  • Title: Quail Unlimited®—Leading the Charge to Restore and Perpetuate Wild Quail in the United States of America
    Descriptive info: .. Chapters Only.. Habitat Successes.. Contact Us.. Home.. Join QU/Membership.. Gift Memberships.. Membership Benefits.. Start a Chapter.. Canine Hall of Fame.. Canine Hall of Fame Membership.. Quail Story.. Who We Are and What We Do.. Staff.. Board of Directors.. Advisory Board.. Chapters By State.. Chapters In Action.. Covey Calendar.. Chapter Links.. Create a Chapter News Release.. Summer Camps.. Online Donations.. Tall Timbers.. NBTC.. NBCI.. CP-33.. Farm Bill.. Farm Bill Updates.. Habitat Information.. QU "HIT" Teams.. Upland Game Birds.. Habitat Report.. Links.. Hunt Property Members.. Hunting Directory.. Quail Hunting Forecast.. Press Releases.. QU Spring Newsletter.. QU Summer Newsletter.. Chapter Newsletters 1st QUARTER.. Partners in Conservation.. Link Partners.. Contributing Artists.. Magazine.. Junior Covey.. National Events.. Celebrity National Event.. FaceBook.. Shop QU STORE.. Thursday, October 04, 2012.. 308 Third Ave Albany, GA 31701 (229) 883-3209 Fax: (229) 883-3979.. www.. qu.. org.. Quail Unlimited is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the wise use and.. management of America's wild quail, doves, upland game birds and other forms of wildlife.. From The President.. Quail Unlimited and the Petty Family Foundation are Proud to Announce.. a Sweepstakes Like No Other.. Buy Your Tickets Online.. Quail Unlimited's New Headquarters in Albany, Georgia.. Join the 27th Annual Celebrity Conservation Quail Hunt.. See Photos of the 26th Annual.. Evening Events.. Register Today For Next Year!.. Please join us by selecting one.. of the Registration below.. Join all the fun and.. excitement.. More Information.. Downolad a pdf.. agenda.. Benefactor REGISTRATION.. Bid Hunter REGISTRATION.. Sponsorship REGISTRATION.. Table Reservations.. See what we are doing in the field.. Headquarters:.. A brief note about Covey Blast.. QU has received your request to be.. added to the Covey Blast.. As long.. as you have registered with us to.. be added you will not be left out.. Currently at this time our.. President Bill Bowles is working on a.. new format for the Covey Blast.. When he has completed this we will.. begin sending them out once more.. Thank you very much.. Don't miss out on the.. QU.. Quarterly Newsletter.. Click here to register.. Members Change of Address.. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER OF THE QU.. PETTY SWEEPSTAKES TICKET - 2 FOR 1 SPECIAL OFFER!.. Charolotte Hanks of Decatur, IL.. Is the lucky winner.. QU has spoken with her, and she is.. extremely excited to be selected to go on a quail hunt to.. Albany, GA  ...   Facebook.. See AD.. Quail Unlimited would like to thank, everyone who.. participated in our 2012 26th Annual Celebrity.. Conservation Event Held In Albany, GA.. Please view some of our evening photos, of this great event.. See photos.. The Huntin' Is Good! Visa® Platinum Rewards Card.. * Purchases and balance transfers made within the first.. 6 months the account is open will have a monthly periodic.. rate of 0.. 00%, which corresponds to an Annual Percentage.. Rate of 0.. 00%.. After 6 months, any amount remaining unpaid.. from any Purchases or Balance Transfers will bear interest.. at the rate for Purchase Advances then applicable to your.. Account at that time.. The Purchase Advance APR is a variable.. rate which, as of April 1, 2012, is 12.. 99%.. Spring 2012 Illinois Quail Unlimited Native Grass.. Seed Program.. Please check out our brochure to learn more.. Front Side.. Back Side.. NATIONAL QU SEED PROGRAM.. Quail Unlimited will be continuing the popular seed program that.. it has operated for several years.. Some corn has been released.. and we are awaiting word on soybeans, milo/sorghum and wheat.. If your chapter would like to order a semi-load of seed, please.. contact Debbie or Dave at the QU Indiana regional office.. Wheat will soon be released for fall planting.. If your chapter would.. like to have a load of wheat available for chapter members and.. local landowners, please contact Debbie at 812-536-2272 or email.. dpowell@qu.. Shipping, broker and QU charges will apply.. Seed.. distribution forms must be completed and returned for distribution.. documentation.. Trucking estimates available upon request.. Payment.. must be received before shipment is released.. IL QU is able to offer herbicide at a very competitive price.. The chemical is ordered and paid for through the Indiana Regional.. Office and shipped directly to you.. Some available chemicals include.. Aresenal Powerline, Garlon 4, Generic Imazapyr (glyphosate),.. Escort XP and Plateau.. Please call Debbie at 812-536-2272 or.. email her at.. bobwhite@psci.. net.. or.. (812) 536-2272.. CELL (812) 455-5256.. 1st Quarter Newsletter.. READ MORE Page (1-5).. READ MORE Page (6-10).. READ MORE Page (11-15).. READ MORE Page (16-20).. Legal Notice and Privacy Policy.. , Copyright 2012 Quail Unlimited, Inc.. Our mailing address is P.. O.. Box 70518, Albany, GA 31708.. Our office address is 308 Third Ave, Albany, GA 31701.. Our website is hosted by.. Outdoor Resources, LLC..

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    Descriptive info: Quail Unlimited.. Quail Unlimited has.. Chapters invested.. $6,696,424 from local donations on chapter projects.. Spent.. $7,247,590 on habitat improvement projects through chapters and partners.. Was responsible.. for $23,307,704 in habitat expenditures through chapters, partners and value of seed distributed.. Acquired.. 8,712,781 pounds of seed valued at $9,363,688 from major seed companies providing 660,864 acres of wildlife plantings.. Planted.. 545,213 miles of wildlife food plots.. 20,281 acres of native warm season grass.. 331,624 pounds of lespedeza on 34,265 acres.. Purchased.. 648,990 pounds of special food plot mixes planted on 52,622 acres.. Invested.. $531,511 in support of state and federal agricultural conservation programs impacting over 82,703 acres.. 259,650 trees and shrubs..  ...   696,380 youth with activities such as habitat projects, hunter education, conservation programs, scholarships, school events, youth groups and nature centers.. 246 landowner/farmer events attended by 18,280 people.. Manned.. 305 booths at fairs and shows attended by 1,812,953 people.. Conducted.. 148 workshops attended by 12,599 participants.. 164 wildlife research projects.. 693 wildlife surveys in cooperation with state and federal wildlife agencies.. Improved.. 61,976 acres of habitat through conservation mowing, spraying, disking and woodland management.. 616 tons of fertilizer for wildlife plantings.. 15,957 acres for dove fields and hosted 39 dove hunts (37 hunts for youth).. Paid.. for 11,404 hours of contract labor.. Provided.. 243,117 hours of volunteer time to QU projects..

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    Descriptive info: Quail Unlimited, Inc.. Mailing address:.. Office:.. 308 Third Ave Albany, GA 31708.. Mail To:.. P.. Box 70518 Albany, GA 31708.. Membership:.. Chapter:.. General:.. (229) 883-3209.. Use this form to contact a specific department or staff member of Quail Unlimited -.. Recipient:.. Please Select One.. National Headquarters.. Quail Unlimited Membership..  ...   J.. Kogon, Editor Quail Unlimited.. Debbie Powell, Membership Services.. Donald Tilton, Technical Director.. Web Administrator.. Dave Howell, Director of AG Wildlife Services.. Dick Haldeman, Regional Dir (CA, NV, OR, WA) Western.. Wes Coltrane (DE, MD, MA, NJ, NY, NC, PA, VA, VT) Mid-Atlantic.. E-mail.. Subject:.. Message:.. Type your message here..

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    Descriptive info: Quail Unlimited is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the wise use and management of America's wild quail, doves, upland game birds and other forms of wildlife.. Quail Unlimited programs.. are making a positive impact at all levels, from local to national.. Since its inception in 1981, Quail Unlimited has become known as "America's Leader in Quail Conservation".. In addition to helping targeted quail species.. , Quail Unlimited chapter projects also benefit deer, turkey, rabbits, songbirds and a host of other species.. Funds raised by local chapters are primarily used for local habitat projects.. Funds are also used for youth days, landowner workshops and research projects.. Quail Unlimited chapters work in close association with their local, state and national wildlife and federal farm agencies.. Despite  ...   the country.. An increased emphasis on quail by many state wildlife agencies has also rekindled the interest in quail management and provides new opportunities.. We need your help!.. If you are concerned about declining quail populations and would like to do something in your local area, then please let us know!.. Please consider starting a QU chapter in your area.. If you are interested in helping start a Quail Unlimited chapter, let us know.. We are waiting to hear from you!.. Start a Quail Unlimited Chapter today!.. Information Request.. Name:.. Phone:.. Email:.. Zipcode:.. Contact Me.. , I am interested in starting a Quail Unlimited chapter.. Sending your request will take a moment.. Please Press 'Send' only once.. Please contact Chapter Development at (812) 536-2272.. chapdev@qu..

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    Descriptive info: The passion and love felt for generations of hunting dogs is well known and respected by Quail Unlimited.. , its members and sponsors.. Now, QU would like to provide exclusively for all our members, the ability to preserve the history, accomplishments and thoughts about your dogs for your children, grandchildren and friends to see.. There is no limit to the number of dogs you can submit for membership.. , and it can be any breed as long as your canine brought companionship, love and friendship into your life.. All canine lifetime members will be assigned membership numbers sequentially that will show on the frame of the photograph, and the database will be searchable by name, state and breed.. Created to honor the substantial contributions dogs have made in our lives,.. the Quail Unlimited.. Canine Lifetime Hall of Fame.. now recognizes those dogs and their owner/handlers like no one else.. A brief bio listing the dog's name, owner's name, breed, biography, interesting facts and accomplishments will accompany a photo of your dog and you in our Canine Lifetime Hall of Fame.. Further, we will update the bio for you via  ...   Note: Only your first and last name will appear in the listing.. We cannot complete the listing without this.. Biography-Accomplishments of the dog, field trials, shows, competitions, great hunting experiences, exceptional feats (rescue, warnings or protection to the family.. ).. A color, quality, high resolution photograph of the dog and you, in jpeg format.. You can e-mail it to.. dkogon@qu.. (not over 3MG) or burn a CD with the image and info and mail along with payment.. An "owner's quote" that will appear in the listing.. A one-time payment for membership of $200.. Payment must be received at time of application and as a 501(c)(3) organization, this is a tax deductible donation.. BONUS.. -If a dog is a Hall of Fame member, upon passing, they will be moved into the "Honorary Canine Lifetime Hall of Fame" listing.. Confirmation will be sent via e-mail with your dog's "QU Canine Lifetime Member Number," assigned when cleared for posting.. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for posting on the web site at www.. org/chof.. Quail Unlimited Canine Lifetime Hall of Fame membership.. Quail Unlimited Canine Lifetime Hall of Fame - Copyright 2011..

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    Descriptive info: t's the same old story,.. repeated over and over again.. Where have the quail gone? Has there been a mystery disease that has wiped out the quail populations? Has some unknown predator completely devoured them? Have they been displaced by another species? Have fire ants eaten all the chicks? Maybe some of those chemicals have poisoned them.. Everyone has his own hypothesis, but the plain and simple truth is that quail populations are directly related to habitat or the lack of habitat, especially on a landscape scale.. Land changes over farming and ranching communities have been responsible for many of the declining landscape habitats.. To restore quail populations, landowners must make a commitment to adopt wildlife-friendly practices on their land.. Ecological Barometer.. Quail have always been a favorite of many landowners and hunting enthusiasts across the United States.. They also serve as an ecological "barometer", indicating a healthy ecological community.. Quail use a variety of habitat types, depending primarily on the early and mid-stages of plant succession.. An early successional plant community is created as a result of area that has been recently disturbed.. It contains grasses and legumes, a wide variety of broadleaf plants, annual weeds and brushy cover, all closely interspersed across the landscape.. One of the great challenges for managers and landowners interested in quail and other early successional species is to maintain the landscape in a stage of plant communities that are most beneficial to quail.. There is no mystery to the declining populations of quail and other early successional species; it is in direct correlation with the loss of their habitat.. There are multitudes of reasons for the losses, many of which are a result of the changing landscape from early colonial days to our modern society today.. The future of quail depends on the creation or maintenance of suitable habitat on private and public lands.. To be successful.. , we need to continually increase awareness and landowner education in order to effectively influence management efforts.. In many instances, wildlife management is not the primary objective of landowners.. Besides all the human elements that have caused the decline, nature herself works against us! It is the natural scheme to progress from bare ground to the climax forest in an orderly and progressive manner.. The job of maintaining early successional habitats or any other habitat is really against nature's way.. It is similar to the constant battle that our settlers had in maintaining their grasslands and in clearing forests for their fields.. The reasons for declining populations of quail and other grassland species generally are not understood by the public and by many landowners.. They see populations of species like wild turkeys and white-tailed deer at all time highs.. These particular species have benefited from the landscape changes and the increased acreages of advanced successional growth.. As a general rule, those type species are wider ranging and more adaptable to modern day changes.. However, to the casual observer, it only seems logical that quail should follow the same trends as those upland species.. Early successional species have much more specific habitat requirements than originally thought, and their populations are more sensitive to changes.. Changes in the American Landscape.. Favorable quail habitats were well represented on family farms throughout  ...   old farming scheme.. Fescue has also been blamed for the decline in other grassland bird species.. Korean or Kobe lespedeza was planted and used widely for hay production on historic family farms.. Many "old timers" just referred to the fields as "lespedeza", which is a valuable source of food and nesting cover.. Habitat changes are sometimes subtle.. Many landowners claim that their farms have not changed in 20 years; however, from the quail perspective, they have had dramatic changes.. For instance, some owners claim that a fencerow between fields is still there.. Even though the overall location may be the same, if no cutbacks have been made to the fencerow, there have been dramatic changes.. What used to be a low growing, relatively narrow strip with weedy edges and an overhead canopy has now turned into a wide sprawling tree row with no ground cover and very little wildlife benefit.. Other vegetative and ecological changes take place and sometimes go unnoticed.. Despite a growing awareness of the importance of preserving and improving upland game habitat, more and more quail habitat is lost each year.. In addition, severe seasonal weather conditions such as drought and extreme cold can decimate upland bird populations, especially in the fringe of their ranges.. Most agencies are still encouraging individual landowners, but more importantly, have also begun to implement wide-ranging "landscape" approaches.. The formation of the.. National Bobwhite Technical Committee.. and the.. Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative.. are recent examples of a multitude of partners working together to address quail populations on a regional and national scale.. If you build it.. The decline of quail populations is directly related to the loss of quality habitat.. Biologists know how to manage for quail it is not rocket science.. Landowners who want to manage for quail must understand that there are no secret solutions, no magic beans, no super quail and no shortcuts.. Habitat management requires hard work, dedication, patience and.. understanding.. In most cases, if you build it, they will come.. Most state and federal agencies have programs to help landowners manage wildlife on their properties and to address the declining habitat conditions.. There are also a variety of publications and brochures available to assist landowners in developing management plans for their properties.. Some management practices cost little or nothing, while others may require landowners to sacrifice some potential income or other goals in order to implement beneficial practices.. Check with your state wildlife agency or your local federal farm office to learn what is available in your area.. There are even state and federal incentive programs to assist landowners with their management practices.. There have been recent changes in state and federal priorities toward early successional species management.. New programs provide additional incentives for landowners to use wildlife-friendly practices on their properties.. If you are concerned about declining quail populations, then come.. join.. us at Quail Unlimited, America's Leader in Quail Conservation.. Join.. the thousands of members, hundreds of chapters and dozens of conservation partners in helping to restore America's quail populations for future generations.. You might want to review some of our recent.. accomplishments.. and see just how much has been done through our members,.. chapters.. and.. partners.. Quail is not our business; it's our life, at Quail Unlimited!..

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    Descriptive info: uail Unlimited.. was founded in 1981 to battle the problem of dwindling quail populations and declining wildlife habitat and is the oldest national, nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to the wise management of America's wild quail.. Known as.. "America's Leader In Quail Conservation.. SM.. ,.. ".. our overall vision is to restore America's quail populations for future generations.. Quail Unlimited is a membership-based organization that consists of members-at-large as well as members affiliated with local chapters.. Local chapters conduct annual fundraisers to have funds available for local projects.. Since population declines are directly related to landscape changes that have occurred over the past decades and since habitat loss is the major contributing factor, most local projects are designed to improve habitat conditions.. Chapter members and volunteers are actively involved in hands-on, on-the-ground projects on private and public lands.. They also work with farmers and landowners to encourage them to use wildlife-friendly practices and frequently  ...   active in regional, state and national efforts by promoting legislation to benefit quail and other declining grassland species.. Quail Unlimited has teamed with state and federal wildlife agencies, federal farm agencies, universities and corporate partners and the list of.. during our first 25 years is very impressive.. Our core values include the wise stewardship of our land and its resources, and the continuation of our proud heritage of conservation, therefore, leaving a legacy and firm foundation for our youth and families to build upon.. Our members are from all walks of life, but they all have the common thread of being interested in quail conservation, now and for the future.. Quail is not our business, it's our life.. If you feel the same, we invite you to.. our.. Quail Unlimited family.. together we can make a difference! Today, even more opportunities exist to become involved and make a significant impact for the future..

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    Descriptive info: NATIONAL OPERATIONS.. Bill Bowles.. -.. bbowles@qu.. President.. (Acting Southeast RD.. AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, SC).. CELL: (229) 347-0698.. OFFICE: (229) 883-3209 FAX: (229) 883-3979.. Debbie Powell.. Membership Services.. Chapter Assistance.. National Habitat Seed.. (812) 536-2272 -.. FAX: (812) 536-3159.. MAGAZINE.. Kogon -.. Editor, Quail Unlimited Magazine.. (803) 637-3005.. WEB DEVELOPMENT.. Donald Tilton.. djtilton@qu.. Art/Technical Director.. Cell (706) 836-4393.. AG WILDLIFE SERVICES DIRECTOR.. David Howell.. dhowell@qu.. (Acting Midwest RD.. AR,  ...   Stendal, IN 47585.. (812) 536-2272,.. FAX (812) 536-3159.. CELL: (812) 455-5256.. Administrative Assistant.. REGIONAL DIRECTORS.. (DE, MA, MD, NJ, NY, NC, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV) Mid-Atlantic Region.. Wes Coltrane.. wcoltrane@qu.. 373 Jones Chapel Road, Norlina, NC 27563.. CELL: (252) 241-8377.. (AZ, CA, ID, NV, OK, OR, UT, WA) Western Region.. Dick Haldeman.. -.. dhaldeman@qu.. 39455 Black Oak Rd.. , Temecula, CA 92592-8687.. (951) 767-3435, FAX (951) 767-2716.. CELL: (951) 218-8818..

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    Descriptive info: Honorary Board Member.. Richard Petty.. Randleman, NC.. Cameron M.. Harris.. Chairman of the Board.. Charlotte, NC.. President.. Albany, GA.. Dennis Bennett.. Lodi, CA.. Frank Crawford.. Surgoinsville, TN.. Gene Hartman.. Knoxville, TN.. David Huggins.. Dallas, NC.. John R.. Horton.. Jacksonville, FL.. Scott Kelly.. Bentonville, AR.. Bruce Kenyon.. Simi Valley, CA.. Greg Manley.. Eatonton, GA.. Eric Olson.. Jack Porter.. Sheperdsville, KY.. Bill Sheley.. Bremen, IN.. John Wilson.. Dublin, GA..

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    Descriptive info: Rick Doherty.. Mike Taylor, Jr.. Augusta, GA.. Mark McKinnon.. Loudon, TN..

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  • Title: Quail Unlimited - Chapters By State
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the NEW list of Quail Unlimited chapters by state.. (as of 6/20/12).. If you are looking for information pertaining to a specific chapter, please locate the desired chapter in the list below.. If you do not see.. a chapter in your area, contact one of our regional directors.. http://www.. org/content/about_us/staff.. cfm.. or if you wish to start a.. chapter, contact.. Debbie Powell.. or (812) 536-2272.. ATTENTION CHAPTER MEMBERS: If there are any errors in your chapter's listing, please notify.. Debbie Powell at.. Thank you.. ALABAMA.. (Click on Chapter For More Information).. NORTH ALABAMA.. Chapter 855 - Decatur.. New Information Coming Soon!.. MAIL:P.. Box 70518 - Albany, GA 31708.. 308 Third Ave - Albany, GA 31701.. Email:.. (229) 347-0698.. F: (229) 883-3979.. ARKANSAS.. State Chairman: #1003.. H: (479) 640-6350 16065 Chinquapin Lane, Gravette, AR 72736.. ARKANSAS STATE COUNCIL.. Chapter #1003.. - Gravette.. Scott Kelly, State Chairman.. 16065 Chinquapin Lane - Gravette AR 72736.. sdpkelly@aol.. com.. H: (479) 640-6350.. BENTON COUNTY.. Chapter #305.. - Bentonville.. Carl Peterson, Chairman.. 2304 SE 8th St - Bentonville AR 72712.. CarlPeterson9881@cox.. H: 479-640-1134.. Kevin Sullivan, Treasurer.. Box 266 - Bentonville AR 72712.. kpsulli@swbell.. C: (479) 902-9020.. Lonnie Anderson, Secretary.. 14736 Pleasant Ridge Rd - Bentonville AR 72756.. lonnierr@cox.. C: (479) 633-3798.. MOUNT MAGAZINE.. Chapter #826.. - Paris.. Bill Schwartz - Chairman.. 270 Boyd Drive - New Blane, AR 72851.. lcstone@cswnet.. H: (479) 938-2851.. W: (479) 938-2317.. F: (479) 938-2875.. C: (479) 462-3566.. NORTH CENTRAL ARKANSAS.. Chapter #809.. - Salem.. Michelle Ward, Secretary.. Box 333, - Salem, AR 72576.. W: 870-895-3201 ext.. 3.. SEARCY COUNTY.. Chapter #763.. - Marshall.. Bob Evans - Chairman.. 3224 Coza Home Road - Harriet, AR 72639.. bobandnadra@windstream.. H: (870) 448-2879.. CALIFORNIA.. State Chairman: #1006.. Andrew Kenyon.. W: (805) 498-9933, ext.. 112 C:(805) 750-1695 2067 Avenida Vista, DelMonte #2 - Simi Valley, CA 93063.. FRESNO.. Chapter #246.. - Fresno.. , - Temecula, CA 92592-8687.. H: (951) 767-3435.. F: (951) 767-2716.. C: (951) 218-8818.. MARIPOSA.. Chapter #638.. - Mariposa.. Darin Wass.. 3661 Manzanita Rd.. - Mariposa, CA 95333.. dwass@sti.. H: (209) 966-3808.. RIDGECREST.. Chapter #457.. - Ridgecrest.. Wes Hensley.. 224 S Greenlawn - Ridgecrest, CA 93555.. H: (760) 977-8379.. RIVERSIDE COUNTY.. Chapter #148.. - Chino Hills.. WEBSITE.. Craig Riedel.. 4012 E.. Oakhurst Ave.. - Orange, CA 92867.. criedel@mflex.. H: (714) 688-5242.. SAN DIEGO COUNTY.. Chapter #624.. - Lakeside.. FACEBOOK.. David Preddy.. 9520 Red Diamond Dr.. - Lakeside, CA 92040-4340.. david.. preddy@cubic.. H: (858) 334-5533.. W: (858) 505-2344.. SAN GABRIEL VALLEY.. Chapter #240.. - San Gabriel.. Tim Bovard.. 115 South Piedmont Ave.. - Claremont, CA 91711.. sgvqu@onebox.. tabovard@yahoo.. H: (909) 624-7411.. Newsletter:.. download.. SGVQUAug2012newsletter.. pdf.. SANTA CLARITA VALLEY.. Chapter #480.. - Santa Clarita.. Erik B.. Smith.. 9315 Van Arden Ave - Morthridge, CA 91324.. erik.. smith@ardenrealty.. C:(818) 355-4313.. T:(818) 340-8090.. F:(818) 340-7241.. STILLBOW.. Chapter #712.. - Merced.. Dennis Campini.. 5517 Bear Creek Dr.. - Catheys Valley, CA 95306.. dducampini@aol.. H: (209) 374-3314.. W: (209) 722-2704.. C: (209) 761-5511.. VENTURA COUNTY.. Chapter #152.. - Ventura.. Mike Reinesto.. 8643 Clear Drive - Ventura CA 93004.. m.. reinesto@quality-period.. C: (805)452-0246.. FLORIDA.. State Chairman: #1005.. John Horton.. H: (904) 879-4240 C: (904) 252-9611 45184 Stratton Road, Callahan FL, 32011.. NW FL HILL COUNTRY.. Chapter #841.. - Destin.. David C.. Black.. 71 Tranquility Lane - Destin, FL 32541.. H: (404) 643-5393.. W: (850) 978-1524.. F: (850) 650-4753.. GEORGIA.. State Chairman: #1009.. H: (478) 288-3346 W: (706) 485-4771 F: (706) 425-1109 C: (478) 288-3346.. 838 Oconee Springs Rd.. - Eatonton, GA 31024.. ALBANY.. Chapter #161.. - Albany.. AUGUSTA.. Chapter #1.. - Augusta.. BETWEEN THE RIVERS.. Chapter #827.. - Sylvania.. Robert "Chris" Boyd.. 259 Beardsville Rd.. - Sylvania, GA 30467.. ckboyd@planters.. H:(912) 829-3170.. BRIER CREEK.. Chapter #517.. - Waynesboro.. Clifford Lewis.. Box 647 - Waynesboro, GA 30830.. W:(706) 554-8100.. FLINT RIVER.. Chapter #138.. - Cordele.. Benny Daniels.. 644 Lewis Mill Rd.. - Vienna, GA 31092.. benny1@sowega.. H:(229) 268-1864.. W:(229) 643-7667.. F:(229) 268-2086.. C: (229) 276-5568.. NORTHEAST GEORGIA.. Chapter #681.. - Athens.. Rex Johnson.. 2445 West Broad St.. - Athens, GA 30606.. rexnjohn@charter.. H:(706) 202-0868.. W:(706) 548-9334.. PIEDMONT AREA.. Chapter #379.. - Eatonton.. Greg Manley.. - Eatonton, GA 31024.. gregmanley@bellsouth.. H: (478) 288-3346.. W: (706) 485-4771.. F: (706) 425-1109.. C: (478) 288-3346.. SOUTH GEORGIA.. Chapter #782.. - Valdosta.. David Swader.. 4200 Whisperwood Circle - Valdosta GA 31602.. swaders@bellsouth.. W: (229) 896-5382.. C: (229) 251-7803.. THREE RIVERS.. Chapter #802.. - Ocilla.. Charles M.. Purvis.. Box 127 - Ocilla, GA 31774.. cmpurvis@gfb.. TOWALIGA.. Chapter #285.. - Griffin.. Tom Dean.. Box 35 - Sunny Side, GA 30284.. H: (770) 228-2787.. Call first F: (770) 228-2787.. C: (678) 776-7078.. TRI-COUNTY QU.. Chapter #837.. - Twin City.. Jerry Webb.. beaverck@pineland.. 3698 US Highway 80 East - Twin City, GA 30471.. H: (478) 763-2920.. F: (478) 763-2587.. ILLINOIS.. State Chairman: #1008.. Terry Hinton.. H: (217) 563-8846 C: (217)-827-1233 16168 Witt Trail, Witt, IL 62094-2034.. CUMBERLAND TRAIL.. Chapter #744.. - Vandalia.. Bill Mock.. Rt.. 2, Box 161 - Brownstown.. IL 62418.. bkmock95@yahoo.. H: (618) 427-3216.. C: (618) 292-2542.. GUN CREEK.. Chapter #720.. - Benton.. David Howell.. 950 E, - Stendal, IN 47585.. H: (812) 536-2272.. F: (812) 536-3159.. C: (812) 455-5256.. LOGAN COUNTY.. Chapter #9.. -  ...   Access Rd.. - Fulton, MS 38843.. tlhar45@intop.. H: (601) 862-9648.. F: (601) 862-9244.. NORTH CAROLINA.. State Chairman: #1018.. Bill Ashburn.. H: (828) 682-9707 C: (252)207-5619 865 Briar Ridge Rd.. , - PO Box 637, Burnsville, NC 28714.. ALBEMARLE AREA.. Chapter #312.. - Elizabeth City.. Gerald Jordan.. 116 Sleepy Hollow Rd.. - Camden, NC 27912.. H: (252) 331-1447.. W: (252) 426-5735.. BLUE RIDGE.. Chapter #748.. - Asheville.. Toby Cole.. 325 Midland Dr.. - Asheville, NC 28804.. tobycole@charter.. Boyce Fortner.. 303 Hickory Lane - Asheville, NC 28805.. fbb01@doc.. state.. nc.. us.. H: (828) 298-9063.. W: (828) 697-4844, ext.. 202.. C: (828) 606-5094.. BRAGG.. Chapter #699.. - Fort Bragg.. Charles Gourlay.. Box 285 - Erwin, NC 28339.. gourlay1@surreallnet.. BROAD RIVER.. Chapter #799.. - Shelby.. Roger Hogston.. 102 Tallwood Dr.. - Shelby, NC 28152.. rhogston@carlonia.. rr.. C: (704) 434-7417.. BORDER BELT.. Chapter #765.. - Bladenboro.. 373 Jones Chapel Road - Norlina, NC 275638.. C: (252) 241-8377.. CENTRAL CAROLINA.. Chapter #778.. - Greensboro.. DAVIE COUNTY.. Chapter #76.. - Mocksville.. FALLS OF NEUSE.. Chapter #69.. - Raleigh.. Ray Anderson.. 4900 Auburn DR.. - Raleigh, NC 27609.. randerson21@nc.. H: (919) 787-8688.. FOOTHILLS.. Chapter #752.. - Mt.. Airy.. Roger Gravely.. 1911 Home Place Rd.. - Ararat, VA 24053.. H: (276) 251-5094.. C: (336) 414-8955.. HIGH COUNTRY.. Chapter #824.. - Boone.. Mark B.. Scruggs.. 826 Hillcrest Circle - Boone, NC 28607.. markbscruggs@charter.. H: (828) 773-2255.. HUNTING CREEK.. Chapter #633.. - Harmony.. Charles & Janie Trivette.. 3643 Harmony Highway - Harmony, NC 28634.. H: (704) 546-2554.. JOHNSTON COUNTY.. Chapter #25.. - Selma.. Joe Moore.. 1412 Thorne Road - Selma, NC 27570.. H: (919) 965-2017.. C: (919) 915-0565.. OLD BIRD.. Chapter #682.. - Durham.. Martin V.. Terry.. Box 71075 - Durham, NC 27722.. mikestransinc@ad.. H: (919) 630-8833.. W: (919) 682-7591.. PIEDMONT.. Chapter #287.. - Reidsville.. Lindsey Robertson.. 1772 US 29 Business Hwy.. - Reidsville, NC 27921.. C: (336) 514-0038.. H: (336) 324-1494.. QUAIL POINT.. Chapter #514.. - Goldsboro.. Forrest Teague.. 810 Friendly Drive - Goldsboro, NC 27530.. H: (919) 736-3611.. F: (919) 583-9386.. SANDHILLS.. Chapter #10.. - Rockingham.. Jerry Allen.. 147 Spies Road - Star, NC 27356.. H: (910) 975-0016.. SOUTHERN PRIDE.. Chapter #857.. - Randleman.. Jimmy Hill.. 311 Branson Mill Road - Randleman, NC 27317.. jhill@pettys-garage.. W: (336) 495-6630.. F: (336) 889-7846.. C: (336) 509-4403.. UWHARRIE.. Chapter #443.. - Asheboro.. Darius Luck.. 331 Asbury Rd.. - Seagrove, NC 27341.. dluck@rtmc.. H: (336) 879-2109.. C: (336) 302-1198.. OHIO.. MIAMI VALLEY.. Chapter #223.. - Piqua.. Jeff Davidson.. 713 Broadway - Piqua, OH 45356.. jdavidson4@who.. H: (937) 773-8050.. W: (937) 285-6115.. SOUTH CAROLINA.. State Chairman: #1021.. Howard Williamson, Jr.. H: (803) 772-5295 C: (803) 237-9751 331 South Stonehedge Dr.. - Columbia SC 29210.. LITTLE PEE DEE.. Chapter #648.. - Conway.. Pete Peterson.. 3241 Wild Horse Lane - Conway, SC 29526.. H: (843) 365-2403.. W: (843) 222-5581.. F: (843) 349-3448.. LONG CANE.. Chapter #523.. - Greenwood.. Charles Bell.. 411 West Durst Ave.. - Greenwood ,SC 29649.. H: (864) 223-5849.. W: (864) 223-0045.. F: (864) 223-7480.. C: (864) 942-9301.. LOW COUNTRY.. Chapter #328.. - Charleston.. Tim Long.. 1056 Black Rush Circle - Mt.. Pleasant, SC 29466.. timlong1@gmail.. H: (843) 324-8734.. F: (843) 856-2040.. MIDLANDS.. Chapter #39.. - Columbia.. NEWBERRY.. Chapter #205.. - Newberry.. UPPER SAVANNAH RIVER.. Chapter #447.. - Anderson.. Jack Huggins, Jr.. 619 Park Drive - Iva, SC 29655.. H: (864) 348-3773.. TENNESSEE.. State Chairman: #1022.. Clint Ellis.. H: (731) 243-3748 W: (731) 584-1735 C: (731) 693-9146 5921 Palestine Rd.. - Henry, TN 38231.. CUMBERLAND PLATEAU.. Chapter #611.. - Crossville.. Rick Oates.. 9530 Lantana Rd.. - Crossville, TN 38572.. H: (931) 788-6076.. FORKED DEER.. Chapter #528.. - Jackson.. Bill Wyatt.. 36 Addison Cove - Jackson TN 38305.. wbwyatt@aeneas.. H: (731) 668-9786.. KENTUCKY LAKE.. Chapter #818.. - Henry.. 5921 Palestine Rd.. - Henry, TN 38231.. clintellis567@yahoo.. H: (731) 243-3748.. W: (731) 584-1735.. C: (731) 693-9146.. NORTHWEST TENNESSEE.. Chapter #524.. - Milan.. Paul Spain, Jr.. 1075 Verdell Street - Milan, TN 38358.. PJSpain@bellsouth.. H: (731) 686-8266.. W: (731) 723-4999.. F: (731) 723-4999.. C: (731) 414-6579.. TENNESSEE RIVER.. Chapter #714.. - Parsons.. TRI CITIES QU.. Chapter #843.. - Kingsport.. Chuck Hammitt.. 191 Highland Rd.. - Jonesboro, TN 37659.. cbreezefarm@yahoo.. H: (423) 571-3773.. UPPER CUMBERLAND.. Chapter #318.. - Cookeville.. Dennis Burgess.. 1000 Burgess Mill Rd.. - Cookeville, TN 38506-8016.. H: (931) 423-4698.. C: (931) 261-8323.. VOLUNTEER.. Chapter #59.. - Knoxville.. Waldo Golliher.. 9021 Shallowford Rd.. - Knoxville, TN 37923.. wgoll@knology.. H: (865)690-8878.. C: (865) 804-4234.. William Taylor.. 1305 Forestbrook Rd.. - Knoxville, TN 37919-8214.. billtaylor@suntrust.. H: (865)588-5310.. W: (865) 560-5766.. WOLF RIVER.. Chapter #605.. - Memphis.. Mike Borden.. 1878 Oliver Ave.. - Memphis, TN 38114.. mike.. borden@gmail.. H: (901) 488-2046.. TEXAS.. ALAMO AREA.. Chapter #690.. - Pleasanton.. Mike Petter.. 204 Brian Drive - Pleasanton TX, 78064.. mpetter@resourceandland.. W: (830) 569-6826.. F: (830) 281-8188.. C: (210)415-2266.. Helen Holdsworth.. 622 Northridge - San Antonio, TX 78209.. h_holdsworth@texas-wildlife.. W: (210) 826-2904, ext.. 120.. VIRGINIA.. State Chairman: #1024.. Keith Toler.. H: (804) 779-2684 W: (804) 771-3036 F: (804) 771-3589 3045 Westwood Drive - Mechanicsville, VA 23111.. CENTRAL VIRGINIA.. Chapter #87.. - Richmond.. 3045 Westwood Drive - Mechanicsville, VA 23111.. keith.. toler@dom.. H: (804) 779-2684.. W: (804) 771-3036.. W: (804) 771-3589..

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