(Le Mars) — Saturday, the Plymouth County chapter of Pheasants Forever will hold its annual banquet. That banquet will be held at the Century Hall at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds. Bob Puetz is the president of the local chapter of Pheasants Forever. He says doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and he explains what will take place during this year’s banquet.
Plymouth County Pheasants Forever has traditionally been an active chapter, and has been recognized nationally for its achievements and projects. Puetz says that is again the case for this year. He says the Plymouth County Pheasants Forever has been securing habitat for wildlife, as well as provide an area for hunting.
Puetz continues to tell of the many other activities involving the Plymouth County Pheasants Forever.
Puetz says local Pheasants Forever officials will discuss the national recognition during the annual banquet. Each year, the Pheasants Forever holds both a silent and live auctions as part of their fund raising activities. This year, according to Puetz, as has been the case in past years, there will be raffles for shotguns, and rifles, and an array of artwork will be auctioned. Puetz says there will also be several vacation excursions that will be up for auction.
Tickets for the Pheasants Forever banquet are selling at $60 for members and $20 for the spouse. The Pheasants Forever president says social hour will begin at 5:00 p.m. with the dinner to begin at 6:00 p.m. and the auction to start at around 7:00 p.m.