We had our RMEF Maine Chapter fundraising banquet on Saturday April 9th, and it was a very big success. Attached are a couple of pictures. One is a set up of Henry merchandise for part of the general raffle, and the second is a Silverboy .22WMR rifle with RMEF 25 year anniversary engraving that was an individual raffle item. The coffee mug & hat had plenty of interest as always. The rifle sold out of 2 decks of cards plus jokers, essentially 108 chances at $20.00 each, or 3 for $50.00. It was a great money raiser, and the man who got to take the rifle home Saturday night was thrilled.
We had 185 attendees for the event, and overall we netted approximately $43,500.00 for RMEF which will go directly to wildlife conservation efforts. We have that kind of success because of the generous support we get from people like you. Thank you very much from all of us at the Maine Chapter!
Dear Mr. Imperato, I really am excited to be the proud owner of my new 22.
Henry’s newest poster boy…..
I received my Big Boy Silver on 04/20/16. It is the most beautiful rifle I have ever had the pleasure to own.
You provided superior customer service and made me feel that I was being helped by a family member.
Thank you. I hope you continue to have many successful years.
Duran Shults with By-Pass Barber Shop just received his Master Mason! As a gift, his wife Brenda got him this Henry Golden Boy Free Mason Tribute .22lr. He was so happy!!
Tripp & Jeanea
Wetumpka Alabama Youth completes Eagle Scout project for AHERO
Philip White, a freshman at Wetumpka High School and Member of BSA Troop 13 recently completed his Eagle Scout project. He built two hunting houses to benefit a local veterans group, AHERO. AHERO connects Veterans through outdoor activities as a means to recover from their physical and psychological trauma to reintegrate with American life. Philip along with help from members of his Scout Troop, collected funds and donated materials and built two handicap accessible hunting houses on sleds that can be moved from place to place on the AHERO property to allow veterans to participate in hunting activities in a weatherproof environment. The houses have ramps leading to a 36 inch door to allow veterans with severe disabilities access. When asked about his Eagle Scout project, Philip stated, “When I first visited AHERO and Major Stuckey and learned about what they do, I was very excited. It was a way that I could give back to the very people that make it possible for all of us to live in freedom. They have sacrificed so much for all of us. We can never repay them for what they have endured, but if this one thing could make a difference in their lives, I wanted to do it.”
AHERO was founded by a local Marine, Major Lee Stuckey. AHERO (America’s Heroes Enjoying Recreation Outdoors) connects Veterans with patriotic members of local communities by organizing outdoor events and social activities. They allow veterans to get together and hunt, fish, and do a lot of other outdoor activities, but mostly provide them a place to heal with others who are going thru similar struggles. AHERO is a non-profit, and if you would like to help them out, please visit their website at WWW.AHEROUSA.COM. Contributions are tax deductible, and AHERO works with a 100% volunteer staff.
I bought my first Henry riflle, it is a .357/.38 Big Boy Steel. I’m impresssed with the crafstmanship with the rifle. I served 27 years with the California Highway Patrol and none of our firearms had the quality that your firearms have. I intend to buy more in the future. Keep up the good work.
Good Morning, Anthony
Last night as friends were visiting, their Havanese dog, Sam, checked out my Henry .17 HMR Varmint Express. He approved!!! It is a delightful handling rifle, and a pure pleasure to shoot! Scope is a Leupold VX 1 3x9x40. A week ago, I took out a woodchuck at 70-75 yards with one shot! He no longer lives under my shed! Thank You for producing a. Superior quality rifle here In the USA! I am eagerly awaiting receipt of my new Henry Longranger .308 caliber!!!
Hi, Will, from Australia. Recently purchased my new Henry leaver action. What a great fifle, fun to shoot, easy to handle. Absolute fine workmanship, very well finished, flawless matching wood work to metal. Don’t know why I waited so long to buy one. Regards, Will.
Dear MR Anthony, I recently won a golden boy military tribute rife at Jacksboro TX gun show. Luv it very much and display walnut case. I could never afford a Henry as I wanted one a long time. I am a disabled Veteran and on fixed income also have Leukemia from agent organge exposure in Nam. Three tours of duty. I would was gonna order a extra large grey long sleeve Henry tee shirt but the $10 brought the total to high for my budget. Loyal Henry Vet