Plymouth County Pheasants Forever
(Le Mars) -- Despite the bad weather on Saturday, the Plymouth County Pheasants Forever 29th annual banquet was a big success, according to chapter president, Chris Anderson. More than 400 people attended the event, which was slightly lower than previous years. Anderson says the auction of guns, vacation destinations, paintings, jewelry, metal sculptures, taxidermy, and other items sold brought more than $26,000. When you combine the auction with the various raffles, the local pheasants forever chapter earned more than $35,000. The money will be used to purchase land and to maintain existing land for pheasant habitat, youth programs, and educational programs.
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