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Saturday, April 13th 2019

Doors open 3:30 - Dinner at 5:00

All sportsmen (men or women) are highly encouraged to attend this year’s Sportsmen’s dinner. You do not have to be a hunter or fisherman to enjoy this event, nor do you need to provide a wild game dish. Just come and meet some of your local friends and neighbors.

What will be going on?

• Displays of outdoor gear, fishing, wildlife mounts, archery, and taxidermy

• Over $1,400 worth of door prizes including fishing trip giveaway, 2-3 person ice shanty,

rod/reel combos (ice fishing as well as crappie/panfish), trail camera, and more! (tickets

will be handed out at food line, must be present to win)

• Great variety of foods from tame to outdoor menus (see below)

• Fish fry on-site

 
 
Photo credit http://www.tracybreen.com/

Featured speaker, Cam Woolford: Cam fell in love with fishing during his childhood in Southern New Hampshire searching for pickerel in small ponds and while walking brooks and streams looking for rainbow trout. Cam and his family have lived in Central and South America for over 25 years, giving him the opportunity to track down trout and other species. Fishing has always been a friend and teacher during the good and bad times of life. Cam currently runs a small non profit that continues to take him to Central and South America as well as Europe, always with an eye on where to drop the next line.


Reserve your seat now and sign up today!

There is no cost, donations are accepted to cover cost of the guest speaker.

Bring a dish big enough to share with 8-12 sportsmen!

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