- November Rules. Licata, Anthony // Field & Stream;Nov2013, Vol. 118 Issue 7, p6
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including deer hunting, the trends in fishing and volunteer work.
- BIG BUCKS THERE FOR THE PICKIN'. Champion, Phillip // Southern Sporting Journal;Oct2006, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p54
The article provides information on the deer hunting experiences of teenagers Hayden Samples and Casey Dove in a town called Rolling Rock in Mississippi. The Dove family drives over from Louisiana to hunt the area. Samples and his dad make the long haul from Pascagoula, Missisippi. In 2005, on...
- TOP 10 BOWHUNTING WMAs. Clemons, Alan // Southern Sporting Journal;Aug2006, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p38
The article focuses on ten ideal Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) or public hunting areas utilized by deer hunters in the U.S. Bowhunters often have more opportunities on public lands since many states restrict gun hunts to weekends or quota hunts with limited permits. Included in the WMA list...
- Peak Places. Bestul, Scott // Field & Stream;Nov2006, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p24
The article presents information on the best hunting destinations in the United States. The wildlife management area of Alabama is home to monster deer. Wildlife manager Kevin Holsonback says that it is a place for hunters and not shooters. Big black bears were found in huge proportions in the...
- Volunteering your company. Cronin, Michael P. // Inc.;Sep93, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p31
Describes how City Cares of America can help a business like Telephone Express, Colorado Springs, Colo., to do community volunteer work. Community volunteer work raises a small company's profile and instills pride in employees. Work of CCA volunteers; Other organizations like CCA across the...
- Staffordshire CVSs to merge. Rimmer, Abi // Third Sector;4/23/2013, Issue 749, p5
The article reports on the scheduled merger between the Voluntary Action Stoke-on-Trent (Vast) and Newcastle-under-Lyme Community (NCVS) in Great Britain.
- Legal aid for the prosecution. // Newsweek;4/15/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 15, p64
Reports on controversy concerning volunteer prosecutors that have been acting as district attorneys in the cases of 900 antiwar protestors. Claim by the prosecutors that they're just doing their civic duty and getting some quick trial experience; Charges by leaders of the National Lawyers Guild.
- Stop! See a point of light! Howard, L.; Zeman, N. // Newsweek;4/29/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 17, p8
Comments on President George Bush's Points of Light program honoring voluntary public service groups.
- Credit for good deeds. Waldman, S. // Newsweek;1/15/1990, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p61
Describes the service barter program devised by District of Columbia School of Law professor Edgar Cahn, in which volunteers earn `service credits' for their work with others, which they can redeem for help when they need it.