Hall of Fame

The 2017 Hall of Fame banquet is around the corner. This year is going to be spectacular, you don’t want to miss out.

2017 Outdoor Hall of Fame 

The Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation honors individuals, corporations, organizations and/or others who have made significant and lasting contributions to benefit Arizona’s wildlife and who work for the conservation of its natural resources by induction into the WFT Hall of Fame.

Save the date! Don’t miss the 20th Annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, August 19th at the Chaparral Suites Scottsdale, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ  85250. We are happy to have music from the Back Porch Bandits entertaining us again this year.  Check out their website for more information on their upcoming events and info on the band!

2017 Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame Inductees:

Steve Hirsch – Steve Clark – Warner Glenn – Larry Voyles – Jean Wilson

Social Hour – 5:30 p.m.     ||     Dinner served at 6:30 p.m.

Silent Auction during Social Hour || Live Auction after Dinner || Raffle Prizes || Door Prizes

Individual tickets are $70.  A table of ten (10) is $700.  A table of ten (10) with a full page advertising in the color Banquet brochure is $1,200.

For more information or tickets to the banquet, you may also call Anne Bailey (WFT Board Member and Ticket Chairman) at 480 636 8975 or send her an email at aabailey6@yahoo.com.

Purchase Tickets

Get excited! Wildlife for Tomorrow’s Hall of Fame banquet is almost here. Individual tickets are $70. A table of ten (10) is $700.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Previous Hall of Fame Award Winners

This major award and induction event was developed in 1998 by the Wildlife For Tomorrow Foundation to honor those who have made significant contribution to the preservation of Arizona’s outdoor heritage. Selections for this award are made annually by the Board of Directors of Wildlife For Tomorrow Foundation.

Recognition is given annually to both individuals and organizations that have worked consistently over many years through political and individual leadership, volunteer service, the mass media, environmental restoration and educational activities on behalf of Arizona’s natural resources.

Previous Hall of Fame inductees include:

Ben Avery
Barry Goldwater
Arthur “Bill” Greene, Jr.
Eva Patten
Larry Toschik

Morris K. (Mo) Udall
Bob Hirsch
Pete Cimellaro
Arizona Heritage Alliance
Arizona Public Service Company

Tom Woods
Ted Blaylock
DeWayne Smith
Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society

Walter Collins
Herbert Guenther
Sherrie Russell Meline
Arizona Ducks Unlimited

David E. Brown
Tom Foust
Stan Jones
Anglers United

Margaret Bohannan
Rep. Jim Carruthers
Richard Sloan
The Nature Conservancy In Arizona

Dave Cohen
Ron and Sharon Eichelberger
Steve Bodinet
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Senator Robert Cannell
Pete Cowgill
Anita MacFarlane
Marvin Robbins
Mogollon Sporting Association

Bonnie Swarbrick
Bill Quimby
Richard Brown
Salt River Project
Phoenix Herpetological Society

Paul Berquist
Representative Jerry Weiers
Arizona Elk Society
Tom Mackin
Beth Woodin

Duane L. Shroufe
Gary Barcom
L. V. Yates
Chandler Rod and Gun Club

Bill Post
Dr. Robert Ohmart
Frances Werner
Mesa Hunter Education Team
Yuma Valley Rod and Gun Club

William Cordasco
Michael M. Golightly
Liberty Wildlife
Babbitt Ranches
Rio Salado Sportsman’s Club

Joe Melton
Antonio (Tony) Perri
Roger (Buck) Appleby
Arizona Antelope Foundation
Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center Volunteers

John Toner
Dave La Morte
Ed Shannahan
Wendell Swank
National Wild Turkey Federation-AZ Chapter

Sandra S. Froman
William D. “Don” Martin
Walter Shontz
Dale L. Slocum
Arizona Chapter of Safari Club International

Art Craker
Brian Pinney
Gary Swanson
The Saba Family
Arizona Deer Association – Buckskin Chapter

Senator John McCain
John W. Harris
Jim O’Haco
Dan Priest
Audubon Arizona

Richard Sprague
Jim Unmacht
Terry and Marge Abbott
Kevin and Patti O’Connell
Sempra Energy