Banquet This Sat., March 4th at Twin Eagle . . . Mark Twain Forest Longspurs Wild Turkey Chapter Slates Super Fund Member Banquet

March 02, 2023

Mark Twain Forest Longspurs Washington County Chapter National Wild Turkey Federation will hold its 19th Annual Super Fund Banquet Saturday, March 4th at Twin Eagle Lake’s ‘Barn’ on Hwy. 185.

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The Mark Twain Forest Longspurs Chapter will host their annual banquet at Twin Eagle Barn, located at 10254 Waters Edge Road; Potosi, to raise money for projects that conserve wildlife and preserve Missouri’s hunting heritage.

“This is the Chapter’s 19th year hosting a banquet, and every year is better than the one before,” said Bill Glore, Longspurs Banquet coordinator. “It’s the best opportunity in town to meet other people who care about conservation while enjoying good food, good music and good fun.”

Dinner starts at 7 p.m. with the doors opening at 5:30 p.m. to enjoy a social hour before the banquet begins. Families can play games and enter drawings for a chance to win one of more than 16 guns, including some NWTF logoed guns and other prizes. There will also be silent and live auctions for exclusive framed art, guns, collectibles, sculptures, home furnishings and much more.

Corporate sponsor tables that seat eight people cost $1000 and $1500. Sponsor tables include a corporate sponsor gift, Sponsor couple tickets $275, Couples tickets are $60, Single tickets are $50 and Jakes tickets are $15 each. All ticket prices include admission, dinner and a single one-year NWTF membership.

Local and state NWTF chapters host thousands of similar events nationwide each year to raise funds that help conserve wildlife and habitat, and introduce new people to the outdoors. Many families enjoy hunting together and pass traditions on from one generation to another. Hunting is important for the health of our nation’s wildlife and habitat.

For information about the Chapter’s banquet contact Bill Glore at 573/701-8650 or or

Since 1973, the National Wild Turkey Federation has invested over half a billion dollars into wildlife conservation and has conserved or enhanced over 21 million acres of critical wildlife habitat. The organization continues to drive wildlife conservation, forest resiliency and robust recreational opportunities across the U.S. by working across boundaries on a landscape scale. Today, the NWTF is investing heavily in wild turkey research to ensure the future of wild turkey populations and is working to secure healthy habitats and healthy harvests.