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Wild Game Dinner!
November 12th 2011
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 • Posted November 2, 2011

The Mason County Chamber of Commerce is getting ready for the EVENT of the year!! The date is set for November 12th 2011, at the Community Building on HWY 87, gates open at 5:30, dinner served at 6:00 and the raffle will begin at 7:30. We look forward to seeing all of you there. Bring the family out and enjoy great food, great company, live music, and great opportunities to WIN some awesome prizes, there will be over $40,000 in merchandise raffled off!! Don’t forget to purchase your raffle tickets for the 2011 Polaris Ranger for $10.00 . (look for the Polaris Ranger on display at the Mason feed store and Super S) Tickets are also available at The Thing Is, Wildflowers, Mason Feed Store and the Patriot Station!! Do not forget your GUN tickets for $ 5.00 each. We will also have game boards the night of the event and the two guns selected are HOT items this year! Barry Kaye with 102.5 KHLB will be the MC of the Wild Game this year and we all know how entertaining he is on the radio, it should be exciting! Event admission arm bands will be issued starting this week,available at the Chamber office, everyone is responsible for keeping up with the bands if purchased in advance. Bands will also be available at the door and the cost of admission is $15.00, this includes your meal and drinks! If you are interested in becoming a gun donor, we would appreciate your support! Please call us at 325-347-5758 for details and information concerning contributing to the Wild Game Dinner, all Gold and Platinum donors will be recognized on 7 radio stations, in our newspaper ads all over the hill country, at football games, and the night of the event!Come on out and support your local Chamber of Commerce and celebrate the awesome Fall weather, HUNTING season and the opportunity to spend a great evening with the community!

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