When people in Craig County and the surrounding counties hear “Wildlife Dinner,” many know exactly what that means.
On Saturday, March 3, over 300 people came through the doors of Camp Tuk-a-Way to enjoy a smorgasbord of wildlife meats, home-cooked side dishes and lip-smacking desserts.
“This is our tenth year and we are happy that so many came to join us. It seems like an annual family reunion,” Pastor Jay Law said to attendees. Pastor Jay’s church, Craig Valley Gospel Fellowship, initially started the gathering as a fundraiser.
“We are so thankful for the rental of Camp Tuk-a-Way,” church member Dana Law said. “We want to thank our Pastor who is the leader of our congregation. A special thanks to our dad, Roy, the eldest…