Public Invited to Wild Game Dinner

Algoma Baptist Church features popular annual event

Wild Game Dinner at Algoma Baptist Church
Wild Game Dinner at Algoma Baptist Church

Enjoy dishes made with wild game at the Algoma Baptist Church on Saturday, March 21 at 6 p.m. This annual event draws hundreds of outdoor enthusiasts each year with a wide variety of flavors and a high-quality speaker. This year hear Bill Jenkin III, author of Lessons Learned in the Woods.

In addition to the dinner speaker and Wild Game Mount Wall of Fame, there are also a variety of door prizes to be won.

Speaker Bill Jenkin III was raised in the heart of the Rockies in western Montana. Growing up in the mountains and isolated from towns and even neighbors, Bill would disappear into the wilderness for long stretches of time.

Deer mounts on display at Wild Game dinner
Some of the mounts on display

His childhood offered abundant opportunities to observe nature in its majesty and beauty, sparking an early appreciation for God’s creation.
Bill has enjoyed many exciting, thrilling and dangerous adventures in the woods, which he loves to share with others. He finds humor and practical advice in his experiences.

Come join in for an entertaining evening with Bill, good fellowship, and of course, the great food. Tickets are just a $4 donation, and bring a wild game dish to pass. Beverages and dessert will be provided. For tickets call: Bob Eluskie: 616-887-2575, Algoma Baptist Church, 10515 Grange Ave., Rockford.

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