Ron Haver of Newcomerstown received the Safari Club International Grand Slam of North America Caribou Award. The five caribou were all taken with a bow and each one was of Boone and Crocket caliber. The first species was a Quebec-Labrador caribou. The next one was an Alaskan Barron Ground caribou. The third was a Woodland caribou taken in Newfoundland. The fourth caribou was a Northwest Territory barren ground bull. The last one, a Mountain caribou was the most difficult trophy. It was 108 mile taken on a horse back hunt from the Yukon across the continental divide back into the Northwest territories. Haver shoots a Matthews bow and Magnus Buzz Cut broadheads. His caribou mounts are now on display out west in a Cabela's store. Haver was the third person to take all five caribou species with a bow in Safari Club records.