Boman Family Teams Up with Wounded Warrior Guide Service to Provide Hunt for Wounded Vets
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (10/22/20)
Twin Valley, MN — One local hunting family in Eastern Norman County is donating their time, their services, and their hunting land with hopes of aiding a wounded veteran in a hunt of a lifetime. The Boman Family has teamed up with the Wounded Warriors Guide Service to bring two purple heart recipients along for a three-day crossbow hunt for whitetail deer on their land between Syre and Flom. The Wounded Warriors Guide Service is a nonprofit organization that provides disabled veterans with outdoor recreational activities to help with the healing process. Brad Boman and his cousin Mike will be the guides for hunt. While most people have strong reservations against bringing others onto their land and hunting the deer they’ve worked so hard to hunt themselves, Brad says none of that matters if he can help someone who put their life on the line to serve our country.
The veterans will hunt out of heated deer stands, which will come in handy as a snowy and below freezing forecast is on the horizon for the next few days. Following each hunt, the Bomans will host a supper at their shop east of Syre and all are welcome to stop out and visit with the hunters and learn more about the Wounded Warriors Guide Service.
And Brad is no stranger to helping fellow hunters in the process of getting their trophy whitetail. He owns Deep Roots Land Service which specializes in hunting land management. He says its been a very rewarding career path.
Brad also hopes to make this archery hunt an annual event and encourages others to reach out if they are interested in helping or making donations.
For more information about the Wounded Warriors Guide Service, visit their website, www.wwgsmn.org or find them on Facebook.