Annual banquet is family affair

Annual banquet is family affair

The feast of crappie, catfish, deer, barbecue from Southern Red’s, chicken, dove, hamburgers and brisket combined with sides and homemade desserts are enough to tempt any taste bud, from the young to young at heart. The price tag for the bountiful feast makes the meal that much more tantalizing; everything mentioned is free.
The large bounty of food is a part of the annual Sportsman’s Banquet being held at Central Baptist Church in Martin. The event is designed to bring families of all sizes and ages together for an evening of food and fellowship.
Members of the church have been busy gathering door prizes from business in Greenfield, Martin, Dresden, Union City, South Fulton and Sharon for the Sportsman’s Banquet.
There are also drawings planned for grand prizes, which include a Thompson Center Encore Pro-Hunter muzzle loader from Final Flight Outfitters, one youth model PSE bow and one adult model PSE bow from McClure’s Archery and More and a youth model camouflaged Remington 870 from L & A Firearms.
Tickets for the drawings and door prizes are included with meal tickets, although people must be present to win.
The event will also feature guest speaker world champion predator caller John Paul Moody of Paris.
The 5th annual Sportsman’s Banquet will be held at 5 p.m. Feb. 25 at Central Baptist Church, located at 801 Harrison Road in Martin. Seats are filling quickly. Advance registration is appreciated by the members.
To register for the Sportsman’s Banquet, call Central at 587-5311 or visit its website at www.cbcmartin.org. The event is also listed on Facebook under Central Baptist Sportsman’s Banquet. Mack’s Grove Church outside of Dresden is also an event partner.

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