Hunters for the Hungry 2022 Public sale Raises $7,303.50





Saturday, August twentieth, volunteers from East Commerce Baptist Wildlife Group, TWRA agent Mark Ventura, and retired agent Doug Lowery, and proprietor of B& B Processing, John Barron joined the WJJM workers to public sale off donated objects and providers from distributors and companies throughout Marshall County. From 8:30 am till midday, we took to the air and had an amazing morning promoting and accepting donations that totaled $7,303.50. This was the very best fundraising day we’ve had for Hunters for the Hungry on WJJM. We admire each name, each buy, and each donation. In case you are unfamiliar with this program, it’s a program the place harvested deer are donated to be processed and made into floor burger to be donated to hungry households of Marshall County. All the cash raised goes to pay the 2 processors for his or her providers at a reduced fee. If you wish to donate a deer this season, take them to B&B Processing or Burgess Processing. This effort is wouldn’t be attainable with out the generosity or our listeners and the exhausting work of the volunteers and companies who assist this effort.


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