CRYSTAL FALLS--“Today we are losing wetlands at an alarming rate and to date the United States has lost more than one half of our original wetlands. We continue to lose more than 100,000 acres of wetlands every year.”
Iron County Ducks Unlimited is holding their 35th annual banquet to help support Ducks Unlimited habitat programs.
The banquet will be held at the George Young Recreational Complex, Saturday, Oct. 26. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
As in the past, this evening will have a lot of activities and banquet. There are many door prizes including grand prize, a kayak package. Other quality prizes, guns, limited art work, unique DU products, Ducks Unlimited gun of the year, and the popular Commemorative Jim Sapletal gun. Tickets must be purchased prior to the banquet and are available from committee members including: T&T Gun Sales, Miners Harvest Jewelers, Saigh Insurance and The Gun Barn.
“Hunters do more to conserve habitat than any other group. Doing the right thing has its rewards: ducks flying and habitat to hunt the ducks. All of this is brought to you by outdoor enthusiasts like you and Ducks Unlimited. Please, come and enjoy our banquet,” said Dan French, chairman.
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or need tickets, please call Dan French, chairman, at (906) 265-5725.