Each year the United Foundation For Disabled Archers recognizes outstanding individuals and sponsors that have supported the UFFDA mission in an exceptional way. It is a difficult annual task to select just four because there are so many individ
UFFDA MAIL BOX
Thank To the Camp Wilderness Crew
We cannot say thank you enough. You do wonderful things for special people. Everyone we came in contact with was extremely nice. Thank you for allowing us to become a part of it. Hope to see y
It was another memorable year at Camp Wilderness. Thank you to all of you who helped in the kitchen preparing food and helping in the clean up. You guys are the BEST! I appreciate all of your support and efforts to make this event a success.
In recent months, several families have requested that Memorial donations given in honor of lost loved ones be donated to the United Foundation For Disabled Archers in their names. The following is a list of the donors for the past six months.
2013 UFFDA DONORS
3RIVERS ARCHERY-ASHLEY, IN
ALPEN OUTDOOR CORP-RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA
AMERICAN WHITETAIL-FERDINAND, IN
ARCHER'S CHOICE LLC-HIXTON, TN
ARCHER'S CHOICE VIDEOS-LANARK, IL
ATK AMMUNITION ACCESSORIES, INC.-ONALASKA, WI
For You, Haiku
Story and Photos by Terry Schrank
“As Snow Softly Falls,
Thoughts of My Deer Linger On.
Cold Hard Stand Turns Warm”
I enjoy the thrill of God’s forest intimacy – nature, up close and personal – by deer-hu
Daniel James Hendricks
Behind The Scenes
The many wonderful things that happen with and through UFFDA don’t happen by accident.
I am not sure how many fine compliments and how much positive
I have been most fortunate. Through a lot of hard work, and being in the right place at the right time, I was able to purchase a little corner of Wisconsin’s famed Buffalo County which has led the Boone & Crockett and Pope & Young record books as the whi
My First UFFDA Doe
We were excited to once again be headed to Camp Tesomas to attend the 9th Annual UFFDA hunt held Rhinelander, Wisconsin. The camaraderie and hunt experience has come to mean a lot to both of us. After many years of striking
With lovely fall weather upon us, Elroy and I were anxious to start another whitetail bowhunting season. Elroy had been working all summer on our ground blinds in anticipation of opening day and now it was done.
On opening day Elroy