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Central Missouri Chapter of SCI
Sportsmen Against Hunger/Share of Harvest
Status Report – January 23, 2012
Deer Hunters Donate Over 28,000 pounds of Venison for Charities in Central Missouri
The Share the Harvest Program sponsored in central Missouri
by the Central Missouri Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI) during the
2011/2012 deer seasons resulted in deer hunters donating 28,300 pounds of
venison for charities in central Missouri. A total of 460 whole deer and
several partial deer were donated.  “We really
appreciate the venison donations by deer hunters in this area for it comes at a
time when there is a great need for food by charities in central Missouri,” said Earl
Cannon, coordinator of the program for the SCI chapter.
The Conservation Federation of Missouri and the Central
Missouri Chapter of SCI paid the processing cost for whole deer donations.  “Our chapter wants to thank the deer hunters,
meat processors, charities, Missouri Department of Conservation, Conservation
Federation of Missouri, Safari Club International Foundation, Missouri Food
Bank Association, Missouri Department of Economic Development, Governor Jay
Nixon, news media, chapter members and all others who helped make the program
so successful,” said Jim Lightsey, president of the SCI chapter.
Donations by processing plants were as follows:Russellville Locker, Russellville – 5,813 pounds

Hartman’s Custom Meat Processing, New Bloomfield – 1,460

Crane’s Meat Processing,Ashland– 5,875 pounds

R & R Processing, Auxvasse – 3,530 pounds

Swiss Meat & Sausage Co., Hermann – 2,810 pounds

Mexico Meat & Produce, LLC,Mexico– 5,760 pounds

Hanson Hills Campground, KingdomCity
– 2,040 pounds

Horn’s Meat Processing,Fulton– 1,020 pounds

The distribution of venison to the charities served was as
follows:Serve, Inc., Fulton
– 4,808 pounds

First United Methodist Church Food Pantry,Jefferson City– 500 pounds

New Life Evangelistic Center, Jefferson
City, NewBloomfield,Columbia – 480 lbs.

California United Methodist Church Food Pantry, California– 1,200

SamaritanCenter, Jefferson
City – 1,400 pounds

Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri,Columbia– 5,875 pounds

The Salvation Army, Jefferson
City – 1,865 pounds


The Salvation Army, Columbia
– 889 pounds

Chapel Missionary
Baptist Church,
New Bloomfield – 480 pounds

TheHelpCenter,Mexico– 5,760 pounds

Center of Gasconade County,
Owensville and

Hermann Community
Food Pantry, Hermann – 2,810 pounds

Hope House, Lake
Ozark – 1,200 pounds

First Baptist Church Food Pantry, Guthrie – 500 pounds

Eldon Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry, Eldon – 600 pounds

Holts Summit Soup Kitchen, Holts Summit – 180 pounds


For additional information contact:  Earl Cannon, Coordinator Sportsmen Against
Hunger/Share the Harvest Program, Central Missouri Chapter of SCI at