Pheasants Forever hosts season kick-off

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The Columbia Basin Chapter of Pheasants Forever (CBPF) will host a pheasant season celebration and membership drive from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20 at St. Brigid’s Brewery in Moses Lake.

The event will support the CBPF Annual Youth Hunt and will feature fun, food, prizes and local beer, according to CBPF secretary Gretchen Fitzgerald. Dinner will be provided to all current and new Pheasants Forever members. Non-members can sign up at the event for a $35 fee. Every member will also be entered into a free raffle for prizes including two $100 gift cards, hunting gear and other Pheasants Forever memorabilia.

More information can be found at Columbia Basin Pheasants Forever’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/ColumbiaBasinPF.

— Staff report

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