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ABAC’S WILDLIFE SOCIETY TO HOST “BEAST FEAST” APRIL 20

TIFTON— The Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Wildlife Society will host their first “Beast Feast”, a wild game dinner, at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture in the East & West Conference Room on April 20 at 6 p.m.  Tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 or at the door for $13. Children under the age of ten can attend free of charge.

 “The event is a fundraiser for the organization,” said Scott Dismuke, president of the Wildlife Society. “The money raised will go towards expenses for natural resource management activities on campus, travel to professional meetings, and Student Conclaves.”

The dinner will be comprised of a variety of game and non-game species and run the gamut from amphibians, to birds, to a few mystery meat delicacies for the more adventurous patrons. The evening will also consist of door prizes and a raffle for items such as wildlife artwork, a shotgun and more.

Due to limited space, it is recommended that tickets are purchased prior to the event.  For more information or to purchase a ticket, interested persons can either contact Dr. William Moore at (229) 391- 4805 or via e-mail at wmoore@abac.edu or Dr. Doug Waid (229) 391- 4811 or via e-mail at dwaid@abac.edu in the Forest Resources Department at ABAC.
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