Winners of these awards were nominated by fellow
members for their “dubious” actions during club events.
Jack Saint earned the Devil Pig Award for
being a bad influence and encouraging fellow
members to partake in a devilishly delicious
dessert at a recent meal after a club hunt. That
hot fudge sundae was sinfully good!
Stacey deLucia, a perennial “dubious award”
recipient, was presented with the Flying Pig
Award for improving her “on time arrival” at
club functions. Some members believed this
would only happen "When Pigs Fly,” but Stacey
proved them wrong on several occasions.
Guy Bachman was credited with having the
best statement of the year. When asked what he
was looking for while using his metal detector at
the beach, he replied, "I’m looking for WWII
landmines!" This remark quickly cleared an
entire section of the beach of sun worshippers.
Guy was presented with a t-shirt that said:
“Danger - Keep your Distance. Looking for
WWII Landmines. Keeping our beaches safe for
Ken Lubinski was presented The Duct Tape
Award. During a competition hunt, his
headphones broke, severely affecting his
recovery speed. With duct tape now in his repair
kit, Ken is ready for anything!
Ken Lubinski also earned a horse on a stick
with an ornament around its neck. The ornament
featured a recording of the song from the 60s TV
sitcom, Mister Ed (the talking horse). Ken
pronounces the word horse - "haas," and we
have no idea what he is saying! We urge him to
sing this song to learn the correct pronunciation!
Frank Nash earned a t-shirt after almost
attacking an endangered species that bumped
into him while water hunting. Frank's t-shirt
sports a picture of a manatee with the statement
“Not all things that go bump in the water are
Joe Cook has received praises from Frank Nash.
Frank is a successful hunter with great finds, but
only when Joe is with him! Joe's t-shirt stated:
“Good Luck Charm for Hire!
Call Joe Cook: 56 Iamlucky
For Testimonials call Frank Nash: 56IneedJoe”