The event is deeply personal for everyone involved, said Billy Mudd, president of the Bernheim chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the state coordinator for Wheelin’ Sportsmen.
“This is not about hunting really, it’s not about killing,” he said. “It’s the camaraderie. It’s the friendships. It’s the understanding that maybe you aren’t in as bad shape as you thought you were and that there’s people who are willing to make this work for you,” said Billy Mudd, president of the Bernheimchapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and state coordinator for its Wheelin’ Sportsmen. Read the article about LaDonna Brock, paralyzed from the waist down, who participated in a recent hunt in Kentucky, thanks to this program.