Central Texas Church Hosts 4th Annual Wild Game Dinner
The Liberty Hill United Methodist Church announces its 4th Annual Wild Game Dinner will be held on April 28, 2012, at the Liberty Hill High School in Liberty Hill, Texas. The annual Wild Game Dinner brings together the community as well as hundreds of sportsmen from throughout Central Texas, and is the largest fund-raising event of the year for the church.
Organized by the Liberty Hill United Methodist Men’s group, the event features an exciting line up of entertainment, prizes and a menu teaming with wild game dishes. In addition to the meal, the Wild Game Dinner includes live and silent fund-raising auctions that offer hunting gear, art, jewelry, ranch equipment, furniture and much more. In addition, the dinner will highlight prizes such as Winchester, Remington and Browning shotguns and rifles. (Attendance not required to win.)
“In the last three years, the Wild Game Dinner has become our largest fund-raising event of the year thanks to the generous support of the community and the men and women who care about preserving our American outdoor traditions,” says Randall Hilburn, pastor of the Liberty Hill United Methodist Church. “We welcome everyone to come out, support our ministries and have a great time.”
The Wild Game Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Ticket includes entrance to the event and auctions and one entry for prize drawings. Children (12 & under) tickets will be available at the door for $5 and do not include the prize drawing.
Donations of cash and auction items for the Wild Game Dinner are welcome. Proceeds from the dinner help fund many of the ministries and outreach programs of the Liberty Hill United Methodist Church. The Liberty Hill United Methodist Men’s group also sponsors numerous mission trips, local and abroad, and supports the Methodist Children’s Home as well as a number of local charities.
For tickets, donations and/or more information, call 512.515.0070 or visit the Wild Game Dinner page at www.LHUMCTX.org