Two West Virginia University student organizations want to give you a taste of dishes less “tame” than beef, pork and chicken at the 20th Annual Wild Game Dinner.
Hosted by the WVU student chapters of the American Fisheries and Wildlife societies, the dinner will be held from 6-9 p.m. Sat., April 21, at the Clinton District Volunteer Fire Station.
“This dinner is the biggest fundraiser of the year for our organizations,” said Lee Yost, a wildlife and fisheries resources major and president of the Student Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. “The money raised is used to support general club activities and to generate funding to send students to state and national meetings where they can network and learn what is happening across the nation in their potential career fields.”
For more information about the event, visit WVU Today.