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Lakeshore Conservation Club to host Wild Game Dinner

The Lakeshore Conservation Club will host its fourth annual Wild Game Dinner and Fundraiser on Sunday, March 22, at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa. More than 400 people will join together for dinner, games, a silent auction, raffle drawings and prize...

The Lakeshore Conservation Club will host its fourth annual Wild Game Dinner and Fundraiser on Sunday, March 22, at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa.

More than 400 people will join together for dinner, games, a silent auction, raffle drawings and prizes. The event is held to raise money to support the Brainerd area youth shooting events.

Goals are to introduce, encourage and support youth shooting sports to provide a lifelong love of the outdoors and promote an active lifestyle.

With the help of many businesses and donors, last year the conservation club was able to supply all the clay birds for the Brainerd, Pillager and Pequot Lakes High School Trap Teams, sponsor Teach-A-Kid to Shoot Day at the range, host the Brainerd Outdoor Youth Expo, and provide a place for hunter safety training.

Monies were also used for range maintenance and improvements, with most of the work done by member volunteers. The hope is to be able to do more in 2015.

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Gifts of money or merchandise to be used at this event are sought. All donations are tax-deductible and every sponsor will be acknowledged in the evening's program, in an email to the club's list of more than 1,300 people, as well as in the Brainerd Dispatch and Echo Journal.

Anyone interested in being a sponsor should email contact@lakeshoregunclub.com or

mail to Lakeshore Conservation Club, PO Box 151, Nisswa, MN 56468.

Related Topics: LAKE SHOREGRAND VIEW LODGE
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