The Mason County Livestock & Wildlife Protection Association held a drawing for a Savage 204 Predator Model. This is an annual drawing provided for an incentive to all residents to pay their dues by April 1. Anyone attending the annual meeting, or who pays their dues prior to April, is eligible for the drawing.
The winner of the rifle drawing this year is Paulette Keller. Paulette has been a faithful member of the Association for over fifteen years. She represents the Paul Keller Ranch. Paulette is a lifelong Mason County ranch owner. She is the daughter of the late Paul and Mozelle Keller.
The Mason County Livestock & Wildlife Protection Association has over 200 paid members. It is not too late to join the Association and be eligible to receive bounties on coyotes and bobcats. Dues are 25 cents per acre, with a $250 minimum. If interested in joining, contact one of the directors, or Charles Loeffler or Curtis Schulze.
This current year, through May, the Association has paid out $43,300 in bounties. Bounties have been paid on 271 coyotes and 45 bobcats.