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Norfolk Hosts Pheasants Forever Banquet

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Steve Harnitz holds a pheasant retrieved by his dog, Greele, during a hunt in Winnebago County, Wisconsin in October 2012.

Adam Grosserode, Reporter

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March 14th, a fundraiser banquet is being held at the Norfolk City Auditorium.

The Elkhorn Valley Annual Pheasants Forever Banquet is to raise money for new projects and to welcome new members that wish to contribute.

Pheasants Forever is a wildlife organization dedicated to protecting and sustaining local and statewide wildlife habitats.

They oversee various projects across several states, to protect the grasslands, wetlands and other natural habitats that are vital to keeping the outdoor experience alive. Pheasants Forever also supports local, county, and state legislation that help with habitat conservation projects.

Social hour starts at 5 p.m. with dinner starting at 7 p.m. For more information call Chris at (402)-750-4000 for tickets, or go to www.pheasantsforever.org and contact the Nebraska Chapter.

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