PO BOX 2759
GRANITE BAY, CA 95746
The Granite Bay High School (GBHS) Trap Team was established in 2010, competing with other High Schools and Clubs throughout the state in the California Youth Shooting Sports Association (CYSSA). The GBHS Trap Team focuses on youth development, providing athletes an avenue to develop skills in patience, commitment, self-discipline, and fair play. And, while emphasis in firearm safety is first and foremost, giving the athletes the discipline and confidence to safely operate a firearm, we encourage the spirit of competition in a team environment. Our athletes are committed to honoring the game, and as a result, become better athletes, teammates, and members of the community.
One major part of Granite Bays Mission is to support projects that enhance Youth Education, Wildlife Conservation and our Hunting Heritage.
In 15 years, we have contributed over $550,000 to support our mission from DFW Helicopter training for Sheep trapping, the Mohave Project for Mule Deer Studies, many DFW programs for research, NRA Women on Target Shooting Clinics, International Sporting Expo for Youth Education with our Sensory Safaris, The DFW Hunting Instructor Organization and many more.
This year we are going to focus on several key local projects so that we spend our resources locally. To support these two fine projects, we have a donation program that is displayed over in our Silent Auction Area. Give what you can to support these two projects tonight. Granite Bay SCI will continue this donation program on our website and Facebook page on a continuous basis and keep you informed on how much money we raise. Thanks Again!
This organization is the only active full service fawn rescue and rehabilitation center serving Placer County. They operate under a permit from the California Department of Fish and Game. They are a non-profit organization reliing on public support and they do not receive funding from any federal, state or local government agency. They are managed and operated 100% by volunteers.
Each year they rescue, raise and release an average of 50 to 80 fawns. The average cost to care for a fawn is $6.00 per day. A rescued fawn will spend between 3 to 6 months under their care before it is healthy and strong enough to be returned back into the wild. If one does the math each fawn in care will cost between $500.00 to $1,000.00.
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Date: January 9-12th
Location: Cal Expo - Sacramento, CA
Sensory Safari Display in the Youth Tent [GBSCI PROJECT]
What does a deer antler feel like? How big is a bear’s paw? Have you ever heard of a duck-billed platypus let alone touched one? It’s time to get “Hands-On” with nature and wildlife when you visit the Sensory Safari Trailer in the Youth Fair. There are a variety of animal mounts, natural skins, antlers, bones, furs plus giveaways ready and waiting for you to experience. Stop by and enrich your senses!