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We hope everyone had a great holiday and got in some fishing too. Here in San Antonio, we are busy already with planning and meeting for this exciting new year.
Our first CCA SA Happy Hour at Kunstler Brewery was on January 23. We had some good beer, food and giveaways, along with some interesting fishing stories. Our next Happy Hour will be on February 20 at Kunstler again from 6 to 8 p.m. This is a good way to meet other CCA San Antonio members and find out what is going on in our area. Hope to see you there!
We are in the planning stages of our 10th Annual Hooked on Clays Sporting Clay Shoot. It will be on March 17 at the National Shooting Complex. We are having a crawfish boil lunch after the shoot along with some really cool raffle items. If you are interested, give Tom Akin a call at (210) 313-4860.
Our CCA San Antonio Chapter Annual Banquet is scheduled for May 4, 2023 at the Freeman Exhibition Hall again. General banquet committee meetings will be held on March 14, 28, April 11, 18 and 25 at 6 p.m. at Walk Ons Sports Bistreaux, 1400 Pantheon Way, San Antonio, TX 78232. Come join us if you would like to get involved and meet some great people.
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President: Liz Hewitt
VP Banquet Chair: Brandon Stellges
VP Banquet Co Chair: Rick Neitzel
VP Banquet Co Chair: Bill Cook
VP Youth: Byron Buzzini
VP Sponsorship: Chris Lindsay
Secretary: Liz Hewitt
Treasurer: Tom Akin
Online Registration is CLOSED. If you’d like to register, please contact Mike Sarosdy at 210.863.7288 or email@example.com
The San Antonio Chapter of CCA was founded in 1979 as the Southwest Chapter of GCCA. From the very beginning, the San Antonio Chapter has been at the forefront of fundraising and policy making for CCA. Although located approximately 130 miles from the coast, the San Antonio Chapter consists of approximately 4,000 men, women and children who fish from Port O’Connor to Port Isabel. It is this diverse membership with ties to such a large portion of the Texas coast that has allowed the San Antonio Chapter to lead the way in CCA conservation efforts. Today, the San Antonio Chapter of CCA is one of the top three largest fundraising chapters, grossing over $1 million in our last banquet. The San Antonio Chapter of CCA welcomes participation in its efforts from those interested in making positive impact on our coastal resources.
We are proud to once again recognize our sponsors for 2022. Many of the companies listed below are returning sponsors from last year. To them we say thanks again and to the new ones for this year, welcome and thank you. These companies and individuals provide additional dollars to support CCA efforts in Texas. We are proud to have them with us tonight. Please take a moment to thank them during the course of tonight’s activities.
Academy Sports + Outdoors
Scott A Freund Memorial Foundation