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Steve Rockey, a professional outsdoorsman and outdoors writer, spoke on “Hunting Big Whitetails.” He brought along several of his trophy whitetails (from left): an 11-pointer he took in Ohio; and an 11-pointer and a 19-pointer he took in Canada. (Photo/Cristine Meixner)

Ed Cameron taught archery to, among others, (from left) Ivanna Kunkle, 12, Delanson; Caleb Rondeau, almost 10, Lake Pleasant; and Luke Thomson, 12, Piseco, who are nocking arrows. (Photo/Cristine Meixner)

Bill Weaver, left, and Rob Ketchum enjoy the wildlife exhibit of mounts, furs, traps, fishing gear, historic photos and more that Weaver was instrumental in creating. (Photo/Cristine Meixner)

Matt Rondeau, in white shirt, organized the feed with the help of (from left) Brian Bledsoe, Jayson Abate and T.J. Walsh. Abate is from Indian Lake and the others live in Lake Pleasant. Rondeau cooked at Camp-of-the-Woods for five years before moving to the Adirondack Bible Chapel Ministry Center. (Photo/Cristine Meixner)

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Sportsmen meet and eat

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - Updated: 12:11 PM

The 18th Annual Sportsman’s Dinner at Wells Central School Saturday, March 9, attracted over 150 people to the nine seminars, the Wild Game Dinner and guest speaker Steve Rockey, all free. Adirondack Bible Chapel, North Country Bible Fellowship, the Speculator and Lake Pleasant Methodist churches and Wells Wesleyan Church sponsor the event.

     

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