Veterans are invited to participate in the 10th Annual Disabled Veterans Free Pheasant Hunt at Tails-A-Waggin Acres Hunting Preserve in Marion, MI. The hunt will include the dates of September 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2015 (Friday through Monday). Veterans are asked to select one these dates and do there best to attend on their selected date. Because of travel distance, hunts will be scheduled at 9AM, 11AM and 1AM each day. The Sunday hunt is targeted for Vietnam veterans and we invite those vets for a special reunion day hunt with other Vietnam veterans. Tails-A-Waggin can accommodate up to 40 veterans per day so there are plenty of slots available for this hunt. The hunt includes free pheasant hunting, a free lunch buffet, guides with dogs and cleaning services if you want to bring pheasants home. All hunters will be escorted by guides and their dogs, so expect to walk for about 2 hours during the day. Bring your favorite shotgun or borrow one of our 12 or 20 gauge shotguns. Number 6 lead shot or smaller shotgun shells are recommended. Hunters orange caps are suggested.
More information about Tails-A-Waggin is available through their website. Tails-A-Waggin Acres Michigan’s Premier Pheasant Preserve
You can register for the event HERE
Enjoy a Pheasant Hunt sponsored by Camp Liberty and Muy Grande Ranch and Resort for Purple Heart and Invisible Wounded Veterans. See our flyer HERE.
Camp Liberty and Muy Grande Ranch and Resort in Northern Michigan is sponsoring 2 night all inclusive pheasant hunt for Purple Heart and Invisible Wounded Veterans. Two special weekend event features a two night stay, food and pheasant hunting with dogs and guides. Camp Liberty and Muy Grande will cover the expense of the birds and ammo, plus shotguns will be provided. (Bring you own shotgun if you wish).
We have two weekend slots available.
- August 28 – 30, 2015 for three veterans
- September 4 – 6, 2015 for 15 veterans
Participants must have been awarded a Purple Heart or have qualified as an Invisible Wound Veteran. Transportation to and from Muy Grande in Millersburg, MI is the responsibility of all participants. Register early and choose your preferred dates.
For more information about Muy Grande please click: http://muygranderanch.com/
To register for this event please click on this link and fill out the registration form.
If you have any questions, please contact Rick Briggs at email@example.com or call 810-908-1901
The next few months are going to be a busy time for all things Camp Liberty! You can come out and join Camp Liberty at all sorts of events: Have a fun time out at the links by taking part in the Liberty Golf Outing, see Camp Liberty in all its’ glory at our open house and indulge in some tasty BBQ at the second annual Firing Line BBQ. Proceeds from all events will support Camp Liberty and its’ mission to aid in the reintegration of U.S. military service members, veterans, and their family’s through inclusive outdoor recreation. Please come out and join us for the wonderful events to come!
Camp Liberty Open House (10:30 AM to 4:30 PM): Saturday, August 22nd, 2015
Liberty Open Golf Outing (Save the Date): Friday, September 11th, 2015. You can either register on-line via this LINK or by completing and mailing this FORM. If you are interested in sponsoring please review the attached Sponsor Form or contact Pamela Jasmund at (512) 573-6149 or Rick Briggs at (810) 908-1901
2nd Annual Firing Line BBQ (4 PM to 8 PM): September 27th, 2015
ITC invites you to a Private Party at the ITC Bloomfield Station to enjoy a front row seat for the Woodward Dream Cruise! Tickets are $15 (if prepaid) or $20 the day of event for Audlts. Kids aged 3-10 are $5, and those 2 and under are FREE. All donations will benefit Camp Liberty! Lunch will be served at 12:30 and all classic cars are welcome to enter the Specialty Car contest. ONLY Classic Cars 25 years or older will have preferred parking.
RSVP online at 2015 Dream Cruise by August 4.
Questions? Contact Karyn Boyd at 616-485-8342 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Volunteers at Camp Liberty have been hard at work on the Program Center. The underfloor plumbing and electrical work was completed and approved by the building inspectors a few weeks ago. Last week, the interior was compacted in preparation for laying the concrete floor. The Thermal Star Radiant Floor Insulation and the Pex tubing that will provide the radiant floor heat were installed.
On Saturday June 20th, a volunteer crew from Elitecrete, lead by owner John Brish, laid the interior concrete floor. This Monday, a volunteer carpentry crew led by David Behnke, Program Manager for the Jackson County Habitat for Humanity chapter started on the rough framing work. Framing will continue for about another week, before roofing, siding and interior work commence.
Please check out photos of all the construction progress being made HERE.