I met Bo Finley when he brought me his double bearded gobbling beast to be scored one afternoon. He was a very nice guy and super excited to be on the top of the leaderboard after shooting the big guy. As we began talking he handed me this pamphlet and he let me know he had a non-profit organization that provided first class hunting to honor disadvantaged children and adults. Below is what the pamphlet read:
“We at All Things Outdoors are dedicated to sharing an outdoor experience with children and adults that need a time of refreshing away from a tough of challenging time in life.
Some may be battling a life threatening illness, some trying to adapt to a life altering situation, and others needing time in the outdoors after a heart-breaking experience.
We can’t avoid life’s challenges, but for a few days while hunting or fishing, hearts and minds can be encouraged. The joy of a smile renewed and the passion we have for God’s great outdoors will be contagious to all involved.”