Fernie Rod and Gun Banquet saw a sell out crowd

Fernie Rod and Gun Banquet saw 700 attendees including Mayor Mary Guiliano, MLA Bill Bennett and more



The oldest Rod and Gun Club in BC held another record breaking banquet 700 attendees including Mayor Mary Guiliano, MLA Bill Bennett and other Fernie councellors including Joe Warshawski, Randall McNair, Phil Iddon and Joni Kratz.

The banquet started at 4pm and went into the early morning hours with dancing and a celebration of a great year of hunting and fishing for the Fernie Rod and Gun Club.

The evening started out with Mayor Mary Guiliano giving grace and the over 700 attendees eating dinner sponsored by Overwaitea Foods. During dinner, the hard working volunteers of the Fernie Rod and Gun gave out hundreds of prizes over the next few hours donated by many local businesses supporting Fernie Rod and Gun’s youth innitiatives with the Junior Archery Program being in the forefront.

Check out the slideshow for all the award winners for 2011/2012 season and also visit us on facebook.

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