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October 14, 2003
Dougherty County- South Georgia hunters filled their stomachs tonight to raise money for the Boy Scouts.

The Southwest Georgia Council for Boy Scouts held their 11th annual wild game dinner with everything from buffalo to venison and plenty of pork.

There was also an auction that included this four wheeler and a four month old English Cocker.

"It's been a growing event," said David Foil, the executive director for the council. "The boys in the 17 counties and the young ladies that we serve benefit from this particular event."

They planned on feeding up to 2-thousand people at tonight's dinner.

posted at 8:25 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com