Hi-Line Gobblers Banquet Feb. 21 At St. Raphael's


The Hi-Line Gobblers ninth annual fundraising banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, at the St. Raphael’s Parish Center gymnasium on Glasgow’s north side.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m., and a prime rib dinner catered by the VFW and the VFW Ladies’ Auxiliary will follow at 6 p.m.

The annual banquet presented by the local chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is the premiere upland bird event of the year in northeastern Montana. A wide variety of wildlife art, wildlife-themed home furnishings and décor, and over two dozen firearms will be auctioned or raffled at the event, all to raise funds to support wildlife conservation along the Hi-Line and upland bird habitat across Montana.

The NWTF, both nationally and locally, is committed to wildlife habitat, beginning hunters of any age, and ensuring that recreational access remains accessible.

All dinner tickets include an annual membership in the NWTF. Tickets are available for singles, couples, youth and sponsors.

In addition to a wide variety of hunting guns, the NWTF will auction or raffle a number of handguns, tactical firearms, and even airguns for the youngest members.

For the second year, a special gun will be raffled to raise funds for the annual Barb Marsh Memorial Scholarship. The late Barb Marsh and her partner, Joe Younkin, have been supporters of the Hi-Line Gobblers from the group’s inception, and proceeds from the firearm funds an annual scholarship to a college-bound Valley County student.

In all, more than 25 guns will be available at the banquet. This is the 9th annual fundraising banquet for the Hi-Line Gobblers, a volunteer conservation organization committed to improving habitat for turkeys and other upland game birds, opening hunting access, and promoting 2nd Amendment rights and our hunting heritage.

The early-bird deadline for ticket purchases is Feb. 14. Tickets may be available at the door, but to ensure a spot, reserve advance tickets from any Hi-Line Gobblers committee member.

More details: 263-7161 or 230-2033.


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