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Klamath Chapter Oregon Hunters Association Annual Fundraiser Scheduled for April 8. Proceeds go to Wildlife Conservation Projects
The Klamath Chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association has scheduled its 22nd Annual Fundraiser banquet and auction for Sat., April 8 at the Klamath County Fairgrounds Expo Center, Klamath Falls. The banquet is an opportunity to support hunting and wildlife conservation while enjoying an entertaining evening and the chance to win a variety of great prizes.
Ticket packages include one dinner ticket, a one-year membership in OHA, an OHA hat, 45 general raffle tickets and one package raffle ticket for $100 and; two dinner tickets, a one-year OHA membership for one person, an OHA hat, 125 general raffle tickets, one package raffle ticket and one premier package raffle ticket for $200. A dinner and membership-only package is $50.
Tickets must be purchased in advance of the event. To purchase banquet tickets contact Phil Milburn at 541-1928 or Tom MacPhee at 541-882-2638.
Doors open at 4:00 p.m. and dinner starts at 6:00 p.m.
Numerous items will be raffled and auctioned at the event including hunting and fishing trips, optics, a gun safe, duck hunting boat package, guns, bows, tent and stove package and a variety of other outdoor gear that any hunter can use.
The Klamath Chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association has about 650 members. Funds raised at the banquet are dedicated to wildlife habitat conservation projects and youth education programs.
The Oregon Hunters Association has about 10,000 members in 27 statewide chapters. Its mission is “to provide abundant huntable wildlife resources in Oregon for present and future generations, enhancement of wildlife habitat and protection of hunters rights.”
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