Our opinion: Selma’s NWTF Blaster Chapter remains successful
Published 8:21 am Thursday, March 24, 2022
One of our favorite events was held last weekend at the Y Not in Valley Grande.
The Selma’s Blaster Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation held its 32nd Super Fund and Hunting Heritage Banquet.
Charles Duckett of the Selma Blaster Chapter said he was pleased with the turnout, a huge improvement from 2021 because of COVID-19.
We were glad to see the strong attendance at the Banquet.
We’re also pleased with the local sponsors that support the organization that include: Hancock, Air PRO, Advancing Heating and Air, Rayco, Selma Family Care Bush Hog, Pepsi, Henry Brick, Trustmark, Selcom, First Cahawba, Fuller Building Supply Company and Grindle Tire Company.
“Our sponsors stayed with us and the businesses here were supportive,” Duckett said.
We look forward to the 33rd Super Fund and Hunting Heritage Banquet next year.