|River Ridge Longbeards to host annual Hunting Heritage banquet and fundraiser|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 19 February 2009 00:00|
The National Wild Turkey Federation, River Ridge Longbeards Chapter, will host the 2009 annual Hunting Heritage banquet and fundraiser on Saturday, March 7. The event will be held at St. Joe’s Hill Church in Sellersburg. The doors will open at 6 p.m. with dinner being served at 7:30 p.m.
Auctions items include: prints by Bruce Miller, Thomas Kinkade, Ned Smith, Terry Reddlin and Jack Paluh. Limited edition bronzes, legacy lamp and antler coffee table plus many other items, too numerous to mention.
There will be a silent auction and many prizes to be given away, plus games to play.
The gun of the year is a Winchester Super X3, chambered in .12 gauge auto featuring a elegant gold plates laser engraved commemorating the NWTF’s limited-edition.
A single ticket will be $50, couples ticket will be $65 and a sponsor ticket will be $260. Kids, 10 years and under, are free.
Sponsors will receive a special gift from the NWTF. When you sponsor your will receive $300 worth of tickets, and a chance at a sponsor only gun. There were only 10 sponsors last year, so that’s a 1 in 10 chance at the gun.
They will be offering an early bird gamblers pack. For $100 you get $300 worth of chances including a chance on the gun of the year.
They also have this year, a new member only gun to be given away. The only way to win is to bring a new member to join at the banquet. Only the new member and the person that brings them will get a chance on this gun. Adult new members only.
They are expecting a sell out and space is limited so please get your tickets early. The deadline for early bird special is Sunday, March 1.
Some of the games include the dice game, Wing Span and corn hole.
They will be giving a Youth Hunt of a Lifetime away, so please bring your kids.
For more information or tickets contact Jim Warren at 812-256-6881 or cell at 502-298-7231. Checks, credit cards and cash is accepted.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 19 February 2009 13:37|