APOS 2015 Annual General Meeting
The 2015 Annual General Meeting and Conference will be held June 19 and 20 at the Nisku Inn. Additional details will be provided as planning efforts move forward.
2015 APOS TROPHY AWARDS
We are pleased to announce that we will be presenting our 2015 Trophy Awards in recognition of outstanding wildlife trophies taken by guided clients during 2014 on the evening of June 20th at APOS’ AGM/Convention.
This is your chance to garner bragging rights for the year! All you have to do is submit an official Boone and Crockett or Pope and Young score sheet for any game animal taken by one of your clients. Awards will be presented for all major species, both typical and non-typical. Certificates will be presented to all category winners, with custom belt buckles to be sent to the winners shortly thereafter.
The awards program is not only about outstanding trophy animals. It also recognizes outstanding contributions to APOS and the outfitted hunting industry by our members and by our partners in conservation who work for government. It’s important that we champion those who work hard for the benefits of Alberta’s wildlife and for the outfitting industry.
APOS Distinguished Outfitter Award
The following criteria are to be used in nominating an outfitter for the 2015 Distinguished Outfitter Award:
- Dedication to APOS and the outfitted hunting industry
- Ongoing involvement and commitment over a long period of time
- Character and integrity of the individual
- Involvement with other organizations (ie: FNAWS, SCI, RMEF, etc.)
- Serving as a positive role model
- Politically active and willing to serve the industry in this capacity
- The ability to adapt and evolve within a changing environment, regulations and clientele base
- Overall contributions to the preservation of outfitting in Alberta
The 2014 APOS Distinguished Outfitter Award was presented to Charlie Stricker.
The Outstanding Government Service Award
APOS recognizes outstanding contributions to the outfitted hunting industry by our partners in conservation who work for government. It’s important that we champion those who work hard for the benefits of Alberta’s wildlife.
Do you know a civil servant who has gone above and beyond in support of conservation and outfitted hunting? It may be a biologist, a conservation officer or the clerk at your local Fish & Wildlife office. Nominate someone you believe is deserving of recognition.
The 2014 Outstanding Government Service Award was presented to Bob Andrews.
Entries for all award categories must be received (by mail, fax or hand-delivered) at the APOS office no later than 4:30 p.m. on April 30, 2015
We are especially grateful to our partners, and the sponsors of the APOS Awards program, the Boone and Crockett Club.More