EBJ Hunt Winner
THIS COULD BE YOU!
EBJ HUNT WINNER DRAWINGS
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
1. Must be a current EBJ subscriber
2. Current EBJ subscribers are eligible for the FREE trophy elk hunt. Subscribe to both Journals for a chance at both drawings.
3. For each gift subscription given, earn a hunt entry for you and your gift recipient.
4. The elk hunt is scheduled for mid-September and deer hunt in mid-October.
5. Next Drawing Date: August 15, 2020 (EBJ).
6. The hunts will be filmed for an episode on Eastmans’ Hunting TV.
7. Hunt Winners will receive an unbelievable gear package from our sponsors.
2020 Elk Hunt Winner
Doug Dick - Pennsylvania
EBJ Subscriber since 2010
My name is Doug Dick. I was born in Grove City, Pennsylvania and after getting married in 1981 I moved just eight miles east to Harrisville, Pennsylvania which is a rural area in northwestern PA located approximately 60 miles north of Pittsburgh.
I started my outdoor adventure at a very early age while growing up on a farm as a kid. We roamed the countryside in search of adventure and treasures... hunting, fishing and camping. As I grew older I continued to fulfill my quest in the outdoors; however, my dream of becoming a Game Warden changed to EMS when my father became very ill and passed away at a young age. I guess God had different plans for me and I have been blessed to be serving our local communities for 44 years. I am currently a Critical Care Paramedic and Chief of Superior Ambulance Service in Grove City, Pennsylvania.
Raising five daughters & two sons was a challenge; however, it is one I would never change. Being blessed with strong family ties and enjoying the outdoors; since it was about the only vacations or family time I could afford, brought us closer together, making lifelong memories.
My children are now adults raising their own children. I’ve been blessed with four granddaughters and 13 grandsons and living in a rural area gives us the opportunity to enjoy God’s wonders and to continue to make memories. I passed my love of the outdoors onto my children and now my grandchildren. I have been able to be there for many firsts… all my kids hunted at one time and I was there for each of their first deer, my one daughter’s first bull elk in Montana, another daughter’s monster whitetail buck, my first elk hunt with my two sons with three bull elk down by day 3:00 pm, my son-in-law home on military leave from Iraq and his first ever elk hunt, my two grandson’s first deer, my two granddaughter’s first deer… the memories go on and on.
Many people gauge wealth by having money, I gauge wealth through my memories in the outdoors with family & friends. I am blessed and very wealthy!