Haywood Community College Wildlife Club to host 14th annual Brook and Beast Feast

Press release from Haywood Community College: 

The Wildlife Society at Haywood Community College will host the 14th Annual Brook and Beast Feast Friday, November 22 at 6 p.m. at the Haywood County Fairgrounds. The Brook and Beast Feast, formerly known as the Wild Game Dinner, is a fundraiser for HCC fish and wildlife management technology students.

Funds generated during the event will provide the financial assistance needed to attend the Annual Southeastern Wildlife Conclave, support a wildlife student scholarship and provide additional opportunities for students to learn from and network with natural resource professionals at state, regional and national meetings.

The event will feature a menu including pulled pork, fried fish and more, door prize drawings, a silent and live auction, and live music. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased through Chris Caldwell at Haywood County Fairgrounds (828.400.1704) or by visiting the HCC Natural Resources office.

For more information about HCC’s Brook and Beast Feast, please call 627-4560 or email srabby@haywood.edu.

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