Quail Unlimited thanks
To the Editor:
The 20th annual Quail Unlimited Banquet was held Feb. 23, 2008 to a sellout crowd and was a huge success. There were 310 supporters attending and it was a very enjoyable evening.
Thanks go out to all the advertisers listed in our Banquet Program. This helps fund programs and activities we have planned for the upcoming year. Those listed are: Budweiser Dever Distributing, Cloverdale Conservation Club, Antler King, The Shaker Prairie Shop, Oliver Winery, Dave's Heating and Cooling, Animal Hospital of Cloverdale, Stuart A. Fabe Fine Art Gourds, Co-Alliance, Neal Tire and Auto Service, HBG Insurance and Bonds, Interiors By Feld's, Autumn Glen, TCU Check Mate, Bittles & Hurt and Hopkins-Rector Funeral Homes, OrthoIndy, Brad Tucker State Farm Insurance, Final Approach Bistro, Dixie Chopper Business Center, Almost Home, Greencastle Veterinary Clinic, York Automotive, Iron Workers Union, North Salem State Bank, WalMart, Joe Spiker Excavating and Plumbing, Team Fishel, McDonald's, Humphrey's Outdoor Power, Cloverdale Agri-Center Inc., Old National Bank, West Central Veterinary Services, Ted Everett Farm Equipment, WabashCapital, Dr. Daryl W. Hodges, Barry R. Grimes Contractor, Buzzi Unicem USA Inc., R&S Deer Processing, Don's Garage Inc., Bugle Valley Elk, D&M Feed Service, Marsee's Tree Service, Donna & Alan Stanley, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, The Abstract & Title Companies, Baker's Septic Service, First National Bank, Royal Flush Hunting Preserve, Guns & Ordnance, Scorpion Sprayed In Truck Bed Liners, Tri-County Bank & Trust, Cash Concrete Products Inc., Sharp Bro's Seed Co., Truax Company Inc.
We thank all the people who donated articles for the raffles, another way to fund our programs.
We also want to thank all the Banquet Committee and Banquet volunteers for their work on setting everything up, and cleaning up after the event. This was a lot of hard work on their part.
We want to thank the Final Approach for the excellent dinner and the Dixie Chopper for all their support in the past.
We would also like to thank and remember George Seketa for all the work he has done over the past years. George passed away just recently.
For further information, contact Charlie Wilson 765-246-6306 or e-mail him at Cwilson1@tds.net.