Williams Lake Sportsmen's Association president Kane Fraser (second from left) presents last year's conservation award to Dan Simmons at the WLSA Wilde Game Banquet and Awards.

Wild Game Banquet and Awards coming up Saturday

The popular Williams Lake Sportsmen's Association's annual Wild Game Banquet and Awards Fundraiser is coming up this Saturday.

The popular Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association’s annual Wild Game Banquet and Awards Fundraiser is coming up this Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Elks Hall.

Al Bush, past president with the WLSA, said there will be lots of door prizes, various auction items up for grabs and plenty of great food.

The event is being catered by Alison Mann, who said there will be mule deer, elk, moose, cougar, wild boar, yak, buffalo and salmon in all kinds of variations.

“We like to get pretty creative,” Mann said. “Last year we had some pretty cool dishes. It’s always a fun challenge.”

Mann said she recently spent time in New Orleans and was inspired to give the food a New Orleans flare.

For those with a more domestic palette, there will also be pulled pork served.

Doors open at 5 p.m., with dinner being served at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $35 per person, $60 per couple or $25 for youth and are available at Chilcotin Guns, Blue Mountain Gunsmithing and from WLSA club members.

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