Wild Game Supper

Frank Letourneau, Executive member of the Dover Kinsmen takes on the role of auctioneer at the 2018 Wild Game Supper.
Photo by Ellwood Shreve. Taken from article listed below

Over the past 25 years nearly $500,000 has been raised at an annual Wild Game Dinner held by the Local Knights of Columbus. The event benefits families with children who have a disability.

The event has grown in size every year since it’s inception. In the first few years an auction was added and the event was moved to Immaculee Conception where up tp 300 people could attend.

Holding this event has enabled the Knights of Columbus to give families the monies needed to enable them to purchase needed items like wheelchairs or lifts to help with caring for a disabled child.

The Wild Game Dinner and Auction has been very successful over the past quarter century. We wish to thank all those businesses and individuals who have supported the event over the years.

The Knights are hoping some younger people could be enlisted who will want to take over the event. Please Contact Norb King, Chairman at (519) 354-9803

Articles about our famous Wild Game Suppers:

Wild game dinner goes out on top
written by Ellwood Shreve for Chatham This Week (Published: April 18th, 2018)