Sacramento Safari Club
A chapter of SCI

April 2022 Newsletter
P.O. Box 3987
Napa, CA 94558

A Message from your Chapter President

We did “Keep the Tradition Alive” for our annual dinner/fundraiser at the end of March. I hope you were there to help us celebrate our club and raise money for our annual projects and legislative advocacy. We have a great start to the year with 19 new and renewal memberships sold at the dinner. I want to thank our Board of Directors for a great effort. 

We are also very sad to relay the word that Kathy Lynch and her long-time partner were killed in their home. An unfortunate situation indeed, and we will sorely miss her legislative advocacy. Please read her obit in this newsletter.

Our next membership meeting will have a Cinco de Mayo flair. It will be held on May 5 (of course) at Ernie Dosio’s trophy building in Lodi. If you haven’t been there, you are missing this fantastic display of a lifetime of hunting. I will look forward to seeing you there. Please RSVP to Ken Akins below.

We are planning some great events and activities for 2022. Coming up, we are a major sponsor for Duck Days on Saturday, April 30th. We will set up our sensory safari booth to share with the attendees. Stop by to enjoy the event! For more details, please see below.

We need your help. We need two additional Directors for our board to keep up with the activity level we want to provide. We also need volunteers to help us in specific areas such as social media. If you have a little time and can help, please let me know at or call me at 925.989.1634.


Duck Days is a popular family oriented, community-based outdoor wetlands and wildlife festival with activities such as interactive exhibits, wetland themed arts and crafts and trout fishing for people of all ages.

Sacramento Safari Club is proud to be a sponsor for this event!

Duck Doys will take place at the CDFW Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters in Davis, CA, on Saturday, April 30, 2O22from 9am-4pm.

For more information, click on the logo below:
January 13, 1955 – March 25, 2022


A long-time love of politics prompted Kathy to start her own firm, Lynch & Associates in Sacramento in 1985. Her client list was long and included the California Coalition, the legislative arm of the California chapters of Safari Club International. Sacramento Safari Club always looked to Kathy for legislative updates and "Orange Alerts" to get in front of the anti-hunting fights.
A scholarship fund to advance educational opportunities for other young women seeking to make a difference in their community has been set up in Kathy’s honor. Donations may be sent to the Home State Bank, 115 W State Street, Jefferson Iowa 50129, Attention: Kathy Lynch Memorial Scholarship Fund.


Sacramento Safari Club’s quarterly membership meeting will be on May 5, 2022. Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with fellow members and their guest. Ernie Dosio has generously offered his magnificent trophy room as the setting for the meeting and dinner. Mexican food will the faire for the evening and Tequila drinks and soda with be provided. If your preferred libation is other than Tequila, please do not hesitate to bring it with you. There will be a bartender, but they will have only Tequila, the ingredients to make Margaritas, other Tequila drinks, soft drinks and bottled water, at their disposal.
There will be a short raffle with one of the items being fully paid admission to the 2023 SCI Convention in Nashville, Tennessee on February 22-25, 2023. There will be a few other items, but the focus of this dinner is to meet and visit with fellow members and learn a little more about the Sacramento Chapter and what we do. The price of admission is $25 for members and $30 for non-members. Spouses or significant others, of members, are also $25.
Date: May 5, 2022
Time: 5:30 pm
Place: 20296 N Lower Sacramento Rd., Acampo, CA
RSVP by April 29, 2022

Mark your calendars!

The next NRA-ILA Grassroots webinar will be Tuesday, April 26th, at 7:30 p.m. EST.  Join NRA-ILA State Directors to learn more about the state legislative sessions in 2022—NRA-ILA’s top priorities, important victories, and biggest battles ahead in the fight to promote and protect our Second Amendment rights at the state level. Be sure to RSVP:

Provided by Ken Baccetti
SSC Officer



1                   Salmon filet, about 1½ lbs.
2 TBSP         Butter, melted
2 TBSP         Lemon juice
2 TBSP         Tomato ketchup
1 TBSP         Worcestershire sauce
2 TBSP         Minced onion
1 TBSP         Brown sugar
1/2 TSP        Dry mustard
1 TSP            Kosher salt

Cut the salmon filet into 4 serving pieces and place on a greased, foil lined baking sheet. Mix together the rest of the ingredients, heat gently in a sauce pan and pour over the salmon. Place under a broiler, or on a well-oiled barbecue, and cook only on one side allowing about 10 minutes per inch thickness of fish. Serve with your favorite rice dish and white wine.

A Monthly Reminder on Hunting Ethics

Recognizing my responsibilities to wildlife, habitat and future generations, I pledge:
  • To conduct myself in the field so as to make a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems.
  • To improve my skills as a woodsmen and marksman to ensure humane harvesting of wildlife.
  • To comply with all game laws, the concept of fair chase, and to influence my companions accordingly.
  • To accept my responsibility to provide all possible assistance to game law enforcement officers.
  • To waste no opportunity to teach young people the full meaning of this code of ethics.
  • To reflect in word and behavior only credit upon the fraternity of sportsmen, and to demonstrate abiding respect for the game, habitat and property where I am privileged to hunt.