While more than 130 people scanned the rows of food, the cooks decided to get creative with the names of their meat. People were all smiles as they enjoyed General Tso’s Long Beard Gobbler, Teriyaki Ringtail Coon, Italian Venison Meatloaf, Sesame Ginger Deer Tenderloin, Deer Stroganoff, Kentucky Fried Buzzard and Venison Sliders along with enough side dishes and desserts to fill any table.

Pam Dudding-Burch
Contributing writer

Citizens of Craig County truly seem to enjoy their wildlife dinners. So much so that more tables had to be set up before a recent dinner could start just to make sure that there were enough seats.


Over 130 people gathered inside the Craig County High School Cafeteria on Saturday, March 17, for the Annual Wildlife Dinner hosted by First Baptist Church. “This is our fourth dinner here at the school,” Pastor Kevin Altizer said. “We just want to be a…



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