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Montgomery to Host 2005 Governor’s Turkey Hunt
September 30, 2004
Governor Bob Riley and Conservation Commissioner
The Governor’s Hunt, as it is fondly called, is sponsored by the Alabama Conservation and Natural Resources Foundation in cooperation with the Alabama Development Office and host community leaders. The Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce has already committed to serving a major role in the 2005 event. Activities surrounding the hunt include receptions, banquets and a fundraiser auction to benefit the foundation.
In announcing the move, Governor Riley praised the
The Governor’s One-Shot Turkey Hunt also invests in the future of wildlife conservation, Foundation Chairman Barnett Lawley notes. “Funds raised at the event benefit the Alabama Conservation and Natural Resources Foundation and its many worthwhile projects, such as: Hunters Helping the Hungry, Youth Dove Hunts, and the Lynn Boykin Youth Wildlife Scholarship at
According to Governor’s Hunt Coordinator Jerry deBin, many counties throughout central
Each guest hunter is paired with a landowner and turkey hunting guide. The guest hunter who bags the largest turkey is awarded a large crystal trophy from the governor.
Contact Jerry deBin at 334-242-3151 for more information regarding the Alabama Governor’s One-Shot Turkey Hunt.