The 18th annual Fish Fry and Fundraiser Night, hosted by the Radville Wildlife Federation, promises an evening brimming with delightful cuisine and family-friendly entertainment on Saturday, March 16th. 

Reid Daley, a dedicated member of the Wildlife Federation, underscores the significance of the fundraising endeavor, “We do a biannual pheasant release program in our area. And we also have other clubs and organizations that request funding for docs and upgrades too. We've donated paddle boats and docks and things like that to surrounding communities that have water bodies” 

Daley also shared that for dinner the Wildlife committee will be serving boneless northern pike and all the trimmings. However, for those who prefer an alternative a roast beef dinner will also be available. 

The evening will also play host to a wide array of entertainment, which will include a live and silent auction, a penny auction for the kids, as well as a balloon pop. The spectators will also have the opportunity to enjoy the taxidermy of Gene Gilmore of ProWest Taxidermy.

Located in the gymnasium at the Radville Regional School, tickets will be available at the door, $30 for adults, $15 for 12 and under, and preschool age is free. The dinner will run from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. with entertainment to follow. 

Radville Wildlife Federation Poster