Hunting Raffle for a Dangerous Game Hunt in Zimbabwe This raffle was sent to me by Sally Bown, Administartive Officer of Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Professional Hunters & Guides Association and Inbound Tour Operators of Zimbabwe Association to share with all of you. Sally Bown email reads: PLEASE see attached details of a Buffalo and Plains Game Hunt for 2011. This is to raise funds for the Keegan Langley Trust Fund. Those of you who know Ade Langley will recall Keegan, Ade's son, was seriously injured last year in a car accident. He is due back home in April, thanks to the marvellous support given by all of you. Please circulate to all your clients and data base. All donations are gratefully received. Many thanks, Sally Bown Admin. Officer SOAZ Background information: Keegan Langley, an 18 year (at the time of the accident) old student at Falcon College in Zimbabwe, was involved in a horrific motor accident 2 months ago. He is the eldest son of Ade Langley, a long-time PH in Zimbabwe. Keegan is in the ICU of a hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he is still comatose. His recovery is expected to be lengthy and costly. In the absence of any significant medical insurance in Zimbabwe, local community leaders have stepped forward and formed the Keegan Langley Trust which continues to raise funds to meet the high costs of keeping Keegan in the best medical facility available. Keegan Langley Trust Hunt Raffle 2011: Dear hunter, Your support of previous hunt raffles is truly appreciated by the Trust and the Langley family. Here is an update on Keegan’s condition. There has been limited progress both physically and mentally. Keegan is medically stable but is still in 24 hours a day nursing care. He has undergone 2 operations, both have been successful but the results of the second (intrethacal baclofen pump) may take up to another 6 months to manifest. The Langley family was hoping to get Keegan home to Zimbabwe at the end of January 2011. However doctors have stated that he must remain in Johannesburg at least until the middle of the year. He has brief periods of clear lucidity and responsiveness. He is blind, but vision may partially return with time. Your support is greatly appreciated. Steve Emary, of Cape Town, South Africa, winner of the 2010 raffle, with his buffalo. He hunted with Rob Henderson, also of Cape Town, taking 2 zebra, 2 wildebeest, 2 impala, a warthog, hyena, eland and giraffe, as well as this great buffalo, all in just 7 days. Ade Langley, Keegan’s father, guided the hunt. Buffalo and Plains game hunt, 2011: Mazunga Safaris, Bubye Valley Conservancy, have once again donated this hunt. The Keegan Langley Trust thanks them for this wonderful gesture. www.mazungasafaris.com • 10 days full daily rates for 1 hunter and 1 observer, as well as arrival and departure days. • Trophy fees for 1 Buffalo bull, 1 Eland bull, 1 Zebra, 1 Wildebeest, 1 Giraffe, 1 Impala. • International airfare for 1 hunter (economy). • Dip and Pack of listed species. • Shipping of listed species. • Road transfers to/from camp to Bulawayo. • Services of PH, full hunting team plus vehicle. • All government levies on trophy fees and daily rates. Excluded: • Trophy fees, dip/pack and shipping, of any species taken over and above those listed above. Extra tags include Kudu, Waterbuck, Warthog, Bushpig, Zebra, • Wildebeest and Giraffe. • International airfare for observer. • Connecting flights to international departure airports in the USA. • Gratuities to camp and field staff. RAFFLE & TICKET INFORMATION & CONDITIONS: • 250 tickets only will be offered. • US$250 per ticket. • No limit to number of tickets per buyer. • Draw will be conducted on 30th April, 2011. • Draw will be made by the chairman of the Keegan Langley Trust, in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, either as soon as last ticket is sold, or on above specified date. • If all tickets are not sold by specified date, the Trust reserves the right to delay the draw for a period not exceeding two weeks, at which time the draw will take place regardless. • Winner will be notified as soon as possible after draw. • Safari must be booked by winner within 30 days from date of notification. • Safari to take place in 2011 or 2012. • Hunt venue will be one of the camps on the vast Bubye Valley Conservancy in the Lowveld of Zimbabwe. • All questions relating to The Keegan Langley Trust Hunt Raffle should be directed to Ade Langley by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +263 712 412557. To Buy Your Tickets: Contact Jennifer Ryan, 229.226.5717, Jennifer@btcsafaris.com First Commercial Bank Birmingham, Alabama, USA Branch: Commercial Bank, Thomasville, GA Swift Code: FICOUS44 Account Name: Keegan Langley Trust Account No: 1001095254 Or send check in favour of KLT Hunt Raffle 2011 to: Jennifer Ryan, c/o BTC Safari Outfitters, 125-C North Broad Street, Suite 313, Thomasville. Georgia 31792.