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Governor's Ringneck Classic Meet & Greet

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Event# 785-671-1000,,4862

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Annual Governor's Ringneck classic Pheasant Hunt. Friday night "Meet and Greet" dinner, raffle, auction. 6pm – 11pm

The town of Colby and surrounding community will host the hunt the third weekend of November. The community event will feature a variety of invited celebrities. Sport and entertainment personalities, business and educational leaders, artists, and other wildlife enthusiasts will join local guides to pursue the wily rooster pheasant!

A Friday night event is scheduled and billed as a meet and greet for area residents. The event, open to the public will provide an opportunity to join the Governor and his guests for dinner, a community drawing and live auction.

Governor's Ringneck Classic Meet & Greet


Phone : 785-671-1000,,4862   (Always call and confirm events.)

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