|"I thought my life long passion of
hunting was over after I developed so
many health problems. But then I got
involved in Serve Outdoors and with
their help I have gone turkey and deer
hunting every year! This is great!"
(Dan is pictured with
his volunteer guide,
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with
the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic
with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong.
Because someday in your life you will have been all of these."
George Washington Carver
"A physical or mental
impairment that limits
or prevents normal
Is that right...?
YOU WILL SEE
PHOTOS OF PEOPLE
ON THESE PAGES
THAT DO NOT LET
|TESTIMONY FROM ONE OF THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE
DES MOINES RIVER VALLEY CHAPTER OF SERVE OUTDOORS
IN KEOSAUQUA, IOWA
|Carson Butts from
Rogersville, Missouri took
his first trophy gobbler on
March 31, 2012 during the
Missouri Youth Season.
Carson is 10 years old.
He was diagnosed with
Leukemia in 2003.
He fought this dreaded
disease bravely until he
took his last treatment in
January of 2007 and was
declared cancer free!!!
Carson is in the 5th grade at
His mother is Emily Butts
and his "PaPa" (shown in
the photo with Carson and
his trophy) is Steven Butts
of Ozark, Missouri.
|Carson said, "I rang his bell!!!"
|Carson and his Grandpa Steven.
The Texas Hill Country Chapter of Serve Outdoors in New Braunfels, TX
Contact Darrel Schacht at 830-237-2513 or
|Ty Cornell (L) guided Noah Houk (R) to this
fine deer at the first event hosted by the
Texas Hill Country Chapter in
New Braunfels, Texas.
|New Texas Chapter Helping People Enjoy The Outdoors!
Contact Darrel Schacht at 830-237-2513
|Serve Outdoors Mission:
To Help People With
Veterans, Elderly, and
To Educate Our
Volunteers On How To
Overcome The Barriers
To Success In The