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Men's Wild Game Feed Offers Night of Delicacies and Camaraderie

SIDNEY--Saturday night, April 6, a special event was held at the Evangelical Free Church where men of all ages were invited to feast on wild game, bond over hunting, and listen to guest speakers talk of the importance of fathers' handing down a spiritual legacy to their children.

About 75 attendees were at the event Saturday night, braving the howling winds and blizzard conditions. The men that were able to make it out were treated to an array of delicacies, including Moose French Dip sandwiches, venison and bacon Pinwheels, fish fillets, and even some alligator for the attendees to sample.

Ryan Osborne was the winner of the traveling trophy for his smoked alligator dish. Pastor Tom Walker, from Alma, NE, gave an uplifting speech about the importance of leaving a godly legacy to their children. The Pastor equated guns and hunting knowledge that he is going to pass down to his children and grandchildren to the spiritual legacy that is even more important to pass down. After the speech, Paul Currier, elder of the Evangelical Free Church, spoke about how he was going to lead a Sunday School class about how to pass this spiritual legacy down to younger generations.

The evening ended with Door Prizes, and each boy that attended the event went home with something, with many hats, fishing poles and pocket knives given away. The adults were able to win a camping stove and chair from Cabela's, a duck blind donated by Worldwide Trophy Adventures and two guns donated by Highby Outdoors, a GForce Arms Refuge 12 Gauge Shotgun and a .45 caliber black powder revolver.

The event, despite the inclement weather, was a success. If you're interested in the Wild Game Feed or more importantly, how to pass a spiritual legacy down to your children and grandchildren, feel free to stop by the Evangelical Free Church in Sidney anytime to learn about the importance of passing a spiritual legacy down to your children and grandchildren.


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