Mark your calendars for the Western Montana Chapter of the Safari Club International is hosting their 2013 Annual Banquet on March 16th at the Holiday Inn Downtown in Missoula! The banquet will include special guest Eva Shockey, of Jim Shockey Outdoors, and “exceptional” raffle and auction items for every budget. This might be an auction you don’t want to miss, as it includes the following items:
Banquet tickets are just $40 each or $75 for two, and every ticket purchase doubles as your entry into a raffle to win a hunting rifle! The great thing is that the proceeds fund conservation, educational, humanitarian efforts with most of it being kept locally in Montana. For more information on the Western Montana Chapter of the Safari Club International, visit www.westernmtsci.org or call 866.633.8110.
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