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Warren County Whitetail Unlimited held their ninth annual banquet on Wednesday



Left to right: Jason Smith, Kayla Stuckey, Melissa Reeves, Josh Stuckey and Natalie Cantin in the back. (Photo by Marcus James)

Warren County Whitetails Unlimited (WTU) held their ninth annual banquet on Tuesday at the Levee Street Warehouse.

Around 210 people showed up to support the nonprofit and raises funds for  programs which enhance the preservation of hunting for future generations. Participants were able to buy hunting materials and enjoy food, music and drinks.

Left to right: Natalie Cantin, Melissa Reeves, Kayla Stuckey and Andi Pugh (Photo by Marcus James)

The banquet was a complete success under the leadership of WTU Warren County Chapter President Melissa Reeves who was grateful to have so many sponsors and supporters for the event.

“I want to thank all my sponsors and attendees,” Reeves said. “Also, Andi Pugh, Kayla Stuckey, Adam Logue, Natalie Cantin, Betty Bishop, & Tucker Reeves for helping me set up and clean up and all the in between.”

Left to right: Natalie Cantin, Melissa Reeves (Photo by Marcus James)

 I could not have done any of this without them!! This year was by far my favorite year for WTU banquet. I am so overwhelmed by the support from my community. I enjoy seeing them all smiling and enjoying each others company. They all know this is for a good cause and they always make sure to come back each and every year. We had 210 people attend. 50 guns went out the door. This event gets bigger each year and I have no plans on leaving WTU anytime soon. I will continue to serve Warren County for many more years to come. May God Bless them all and….. Until next year!!!”

Melissa Reeves – Warren County Chapter President for WTU.

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