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This year is the 53rd birthday of the Dallas Woods and Waters Club and I’m excited and honored to be serving as your President.

I am honored to carry on the tradition of providing a forum for those interested in hunting, fishing, conservation, and outdoor education–the original stated purposes of the club. As a young boy I was very active in Boy Scouts and YMCA here in Dallas, which had a lot to do with shaping who I am today, so to me it is an honor to continue to serve those organizations through the Dallas Woods & Waters Club.

While there are serveral outdoor-oriented clubs with similar purposes in our area, our club is distinctly unique. To my knowledge, we are the only such organization that has hunting, fishing, or shooting events every month just for our members! Bring a friend, bring your children and grandchildren and join us in the great outdoors!

Joe Chenoweth
2014-2016 President


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NEXT MEETING

 

Next Meeting Date: February 12, 2015
Future Meeting Dates:
April 9, May14, June 11, July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, Christmas Party December 10

Time:

Happy Hour: 6:30pm Dinner: 7pm
Location:

Sheraton Dallas North by the Galleria

4801 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, Dallas, TX 75244

 

Speaker for February: Leonel "Muy" Garza and Kenneth Sharber
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Please welcome our February guest Leonel "Muy" Garza and Kenneth Sharber

Already known in and around Duval County as “the hunter’s friend” in 1965, Leonel “Muy” Garza created and promoted the very first deer contest out of the Center Circle Gas Station in Freer, Texas, where he was the manager.  Beginning with just one category, The Widest Spread, “the hunter’s friend” became known far and wide and his deer contest evolved into the now legendary Muy Grande Deer Contest, the oldest and probably best known such contest in the nation.

In addition to scoring around 18,000 deer in the last 50 years he has written a book titled The Legend of the Muy Grande and has produced three deer hunting videos, “The Legend of the Muy Grande Parts I, II, and III.”  He has been featured in many newspaper and magazine articles both for his contest and as a hunter, having taken several Boone & Crocket bucks himself.

He has been recognized twice by the Texas Legislature for the business, recognition and financial prosperity the Muy Grande Deer Contest has brought to the State of Texas through deer hunting. The Muy Grande has grown to 70 categories with several major sponsors which enables some very nice awards but also provides scholarships to students in Freer and Duvall County.

Bring a friend and join us for what should be a very entertaining evening with a legendary deer hunter!