Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs of Sullivan County Inc.
By Jack Danchak
SWEEPSTAKE RAFFLE PRIZE WINNERS!
At the Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs Annual Sweepstake Dinner Banquet held at the Rockland House in Roscoe, winning names were drawn for 12 Sweepstake Prizes.
John McCarey of Middletown won the top prize, an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV); Joe Wojciechowicz of Woodside won a $125 Gift Certificate from Fur, Fin & Feather Sports Shop in Livingston Manor; Kayla Connolby of Grahamsville won a $100 Gift Certificate from Cochecton Mills in Cochecton; Buck Ridge Hunting Club won a $100 Gift Certificate from Everyday Apparel in Monticello.
The Sullivan County Trappers Association won a Delaware River Canoe Trip for two, donated by Landers of Narrowsburg; Frank Coddington of Stone Ridge won a Fishing Day at Hunter Lake in Bethel; Connor Campbell of Livingston Manor won a Custom Knife, donated by Harold Buley.
Matthew Millis from Youngsville won a $50 Gift Certificate donated from Delaware Valley Agway in Callicoon; Tom Tracy from Shokan won a $50 Gift Certificate, donated from the Sportsmen’s Den in Callicoon; Bob Bloomer won a ½ gallon of Maple Syrup, donated by the Muthig Farms in Parksville; M. Dubia of New Jersey won a Turkey Box Call, donated by Herb DeWitt and Robert D’ariello of Garnerville won Dinner for two Gift Certificate, donated by the Rockland House in Roscoe.
Many door prizes donated by Fur, Fin & Feather Sports Shop in Livingston Manor were drawn. A homemade afghan donated by Linda Loughrey along with other door prizes donated by the Federation were also drawn.
A 50-50 money raffle was won by Scott Allison of Liberty and he graciously donated his share back to the Federation.
The Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs of Sullivan County meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7::30 PM at the White Lake Firehouse on Route 17B in White Lake. Hunting & fishing clubs are welcomed to join the largest Sportsmen’s Federation in the state of New York and have an organized voice, that will be heard, pertaining to hunting, fishing & conservation concerns.
Membership applications can be obtained at any Federation meeting or from any Federation member or call 845-482-4987.