PHEASANT HUNT BIBLE CAMP

For most of fifty years the Byron Bible Camp has hosted a Pheasant Hunt Bible Camp. Hundreds of hunters from across the country have come to the Camp to fellowship, study God's Word and hunt the wily Ringneck Pheasant, South Dakota's state bird. The devastating flood of 1997 nearly ended the ministry of the Camp and with it the Pheasant Hunt Camp. The fall of 2000, following heroic work by the Camp staff and Board the Pheasant Hunt Camp was once again held in the James River valley. Director Jon Duba with the help of Dorothy and Craig Harmon, cook Mary Anderson and guide Phil Harmon got things off to a great start on the Opening Day of the 2000 season October 21, 2000. Here are a few pictures of the activities.

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This sign welcomes you to the Camp driveway.


FUN


FELLOWSHIP


FRIENDS


John visiting - Preach counting.


Phil worrying.


Preach counting.


Preach still counting, others looking on.


Preach counseling.


Food matters and was Great!


Sharing the Word.

 


Instruction on safety.


Learning how we hunt.



Understudy.


Dorothy, Angel and Mary made the food happen and happen happily!


A proud hunter.


A crowd of.....


.....hunters.


After all it....

 


...... is the West.


Part of the take.


The quick and the dead.


A fine hunt.


And now the gory part.


Preach chopping.


A nasty job but.....


somebody had to do it.


Hunting done, cleaning done, supper doing.


Note the cooks eat the cooking too. And no wonder!

Sunday services at Bethel.


A field of standing corn near the Camp.


Ya'll come back, Hear?

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