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Wild Game Dinner!!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 • Posted November 7, 2012

It is TIME for the Annual Mason Wild Game Dinner! The event will be held November 10th, 2012, at the Mason Community Building (Hwy 87) Gates open at 5:30 p.m. - the Meal will be served at 6:00 p.m. -Meal/ tickets are just $15.00 at the gate, $12.00 in advance! This event is the Mason County Chamber of Commerce’s only fund raiser! Please help keep this community thriving through great community relationship and the ability to accommodate the many visitors that enjoy this beautiful town as much as we do!!

Advance tickets will be available at the Chamber office, Mason Feed Store and Mason National Bank for only $12.00, with this advance purchase, your ticket will also be added to the prize drawing. There will be fun for the entire family, great food, many prizes, live music and chances to win top pick adult and youth rifles! Gun tickets are just $5.00 each ! Also, Do not miss your chance to win a Polaris Ranger 500 crew and trailer - Raffle tickets are just $10.00 and the Polaris is on display at the Mason Feed Store and will be through Nov. 10th.

We are very proud to announce our 1st Annual Wild Game Cook off! There is not an entry fee and the prize is $100.00. All entries must be submitted to the Chamber office by November 9th . Please contact us and we will provide you with an entry form. There are several entries so far so you don’t want to miss this opportunity to WIN some cash!! Please prepare enough food to serve 50-100 people, bar-B-Q pits are allowed on the grounds near the Community Building, all fires need to be inside pits, no fire allowed near the ground. We hope to see this a success and something we can continue on for years to come!

For more information about the event please feel free to contact the office Ph:325-347-5758: e-mail:

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