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Smoky Hill Pheasants Forever Banquet

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Event# 785-623-9786

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Smoky Hill Pheasants Forever Banquet

The evening includes a social, games, raffles and a great meal. All money raised says with the local Chapter to help improve local habitat and sponsor youth sportsman events.

The banquet is held at the Ellis County Fairgrounds from 5 pm to 11 pm. Call 785-628-1415 for more information.

Smoky Hill Pheasants Forever Banquet

Address : Hays Sportsman Club, 1678 230 Ave Hays KS
Phone : 785-623-9786   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : slwilson@ruraltel.net

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