Local National Wild Turkey banquet set for March 17 at Heritage Hall

The Flint Springs chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NW-TF) will host its annual banquet on Saturday, March 17, at Heritage Hall at the Huntington County Fairgrounds to raise money for projects that conserve wildlife and preserve Indiana’s hunting heritage.

“This is the chapter’s 21st year hosting our banquet, and every year is better than the one before,” said Steve Nevius, president of the local NWTF chapter. “It’s the best opportunity in town to meet other people who care about conservation while enjoying good food and good fun.”

The dinner starts at 7 p.m. with a social hour starting at 5:30 p.m.

There will be silent and live auctions throughout the banquet for exclusive framed art, guns, collectibles, sculptures, home furnishing and more.

Local and state NWTF chapters host thousands of similar events nationwide each year to raise funds that help conserve wildlife and habitat and introduce new people to the outdoors.

The NWTF was founded in 1973.

For more information, contact Nevius at 356-9341.