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Wild Game Supper to Benefit Shriner's Hospital

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Sponsored by Bayer Environmental Science, Florida Pest and Lawn and the Proud Masonic District the March 24th event will raise funds for the Shriner's Hospital.

| February 7, 2012

The 2012 Wild Game Supper to Benefit Shriner's Hospital will be held March 24, at the Bahia Shrine in Orlando, Fla.

Sponsored by Bayer Environmental Science, Florida Pest and Lawn and the Proud Masonic District the March 24th event will raise funds for the Shriner's Hospital. Menu items include deer, hog, alligator, frog legs, squirrel, rabbit, dove, duck, snipe, quail, pheasant and fish. These items will cooked in variety of ways including grilling, smoking and frying.

For more information call Fred Kidwell at 407/384-4622.

The Bahia Shrine is located at 2300 Pembrook Dr., Orlando, FL 32810.

 

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