Event in Lintlaw brings out hundreds

More than 200 people attended the annual Timberline Wildlife Federation (TWF) supper, awards and dance on Jan. 30 at the Lintlaw Recreation Centre.

Father and son “sweep” the Timberline Wildlife Federation awards; Brian Pottle, left, for moose and Graham Pottle for whitetail deer.

Father and son “sweep” the Timberline Wildlife Federation awards; Brian Pottle, left, for moose and Graham Pottle for whitetail deer.

Emcee Jordon Jankowski admitted that the hunting this year had been “a little thin,” and only two hunting awards were collected. Brian Pottler received the award for moose with 100-4/8, while his son Graham collected his award for whitetail deer, 154-1/8.

John Harvey, who was not present, was named the recipient of a long service award.

Of the awards given, the poster competition for the grades 1 through to 5 students seemed the most popular, eliciting a large number of entries and prizewinners.

The awards portion of the evening culminated in the donation by the TWF of $1000 to the Lintlaw Playground Committee.

By Andy Labdon

Wadena News

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