Catch-A-Dream Update

Mississippi Wildlife Magazine Winter 2001 It’s an exciting time for the Catch-A-Dream program.  After being featured on Mossy Oak and TNN’s “Hunting The Country” television show in late August, and appearing in a cameo sidebar in the November issue of Outdoor Life magazine, folks across the nation have taken note!  Calls and e-mails have been frequent, both […]

Article in Fur, Fin and Feathers Magazine

Fur, Fin and Feathers Magazine By Ray Huntzicker October 2001 open (jpeg) article here There’s a high country that awaits your coming; There’s awesome beauty to fill you wish bliss; There’s a golden chance in the offering- Go, or these wonders of God you will miss. -Bruce Brady Bruce Brady of Bookhaven was a consummate outdoorsman who also […]

Catch-A-Dream Update

Mississippi Wildlife Magazine By Dr. Marty Brunson Autumn 2001 The Catch-A-Dream program continues to grow at an accelerated pace!  The Catch-A-Dream corner in the MWF Booth at the Wildlife Extravaganza was a popular spot during the early August event in Jackson.  Many from the Bruce Brady family were on-hand to visit with interested persons and to promote the […]

Brookhaven Academy Memorializes Fallen Sixth Grader

Mississippi Wildlife Magazine Vol. 13, No. 2 By Dr. Marty Brunson Summer 2001 A recent article in the Brookhaven Daily Leader relays the story of how a group of sixth grade students at Brookhaven Academy mustered their collective energies in memory of a classmate.  The article begins with the words , An empty desk heads the […]

The Dream Becomes Reality Bruce Brady Memorial Catch-A-Dream Program Gets Off the Ground

Mississippi Wildlife Magazine By Cliff Covington Winter 2000 “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”   Isaiah 40:31 It was one of those crisp, clear spring days when it feels good […]

Remembering Bruce Brady

Mississippi Wildlife Magazine By Cliff Covington Summer 2000 “Well, pal, a many an old longbeard breathed a big sigh of relief this morning.”  These were the first words I heard from the other end of the phone line on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2000.  Although these words would not mean very much to most folks, […]