The 2019 Wild Game Feast is right around the corner, happening on March 7th at the Conservation Area at Hatch Creek in Gainesville!
Over the past 34 years the Wild Game Feast has become not only the largest annual fundraising event for the Gainesville area Rotary Clubs, but also one of the most highly anticipated and well attended such event in the entire Gainesville area community. During that time the Rotary Clubs of Gainesville Foundation has raised over $2.25 million for worthy local charitable organizations. The event began in 1985 when a group of Alachua County Rotarians got together to raise money for the Scholarship house – to provide support for UF students in need of room and board assistance. The pursuant fundraiser was held at a site east of Gainesville known today as the Rotary Conservation Area at Hatchet Creek. With its vast open layout and rugged natural outdoor beauty, the site has proven to be an elegant venue for Rotarians, friends and other community members to enjoy superb, unique food and casual, genuine fellowship as we support wonderful local charities.
Want to find out more about this year’s event? Matthew Braddy from the Rotary Club of Gainesville joined Justin Tyler on the Gator, and here’s that interview with all the details!
Want to win a pair of tickets to the event? Make sure you have the 103-7 The Gator app with your chance to win!