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Annual Crockett County Deerfest

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Event# 325-227-9345

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A community-wide appreciation banquet for hunters, this evening helps raise money for local civic organizations and West Texas Rehab. Attendees are fed a meal of chicken-fried deer, turkey, axis, deer sausage, deer chili, deer tamales and brisket. Proceeds are raised through ticket sales for door prizes and admission fees. Previous years' door prizes included guns,
$10,000 in Cabela's gift cards, a Polaris Ranger, and much more.
FMI, contact Martin Childress 325-227-9345

Annual Crockett County Deerfest

Address : Crockett County Fair Park Convention Center - 1303 Avenue AA Ozona TX
Phone : 325-227-9345   (Always call and confirm events.)

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