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Associated Documents
Shaker Village flyer pdf.pdf

2015 Shaker Village Trophy Deer Hunt

Want a chance to win a BONUS Commission Buck Tag and hunt a TROPHY BUCK at Shaker Village?

 Click here to purchase your tickets! $25 for each single ticket, $100 for a 6 ticket package, or $250 for a 15 ticket package and receive an artist’s proof of “Foggy Bottom Buck” signed and numbered by artist Rick Hill (LIMITED AVAILABILITY). Drawing will take place on October 16th at 11:30 AM at Shaker Village (you do not need to be present to win). Trophy Deer Hunt must take place during the 2015 modern gun season. Package includes BONUS Commission Buck Tag, overnight accommodations for three nights and meals for two adults at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, and trophy mount from Gunner’s Taxidermy (a total value of $4,800). To learn more, click on the Shaker Village flyer pdf underneath "Associated Documents". 100% of the proceeds will go to benefit Kentucky Conservation Camps (Camp Webb, Camp Wallace, Camp Currie) and Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill.

World Record Smallmouth Bass Specialty License Plate

Want your own smallmouth bass specialty license plate? Starting in March 2015 you can purchase your plate at your local County Clerks Office. Proceeds for this specialty plate, portraying the world record smallmouth bass caught in Dale Hollow Lake in 1955, will go to support youth conservation programs in Kentucky, including summer conservation camps.



“75 quart Orca Cooler”

Send a child to camp this summer by purchasing your very own Orca Cooler. These 75 quart coolers come in hunter green, pink, white and tan, with the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Foundation logo on the top of your cooler. Orca coolers are made in the U.S.A. and have a lifetime warranty. The coolers are $469.99 each, with proceeds going to camp scholarships.

   To learn more about the product, visit the Orca Coolers website.

 Click here to purchase your cooler today!


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