It’s turkey shoot time

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Autumn means turkey shoot time in Southeastern North Carolina. If your church or non-profit is holding one of these popular fall affairs, let us know and we’ll publicize it for free on WTXY and Columbuscountynews.com. You can email [email protected], message us on Facebook or call 914.6056. 

• West Columbus High School FFA always hosts one of the biggest turkey shoots around. Proceeds go to the FFA, and they even have a kids contest. There’s food and fun for the whole family. It’s held at Caines Farm near Chadbourn, every Friday and Saturday.

• Old Dock Cypress Creek Fire Department on New Britton Highway (NC 130) will holds its turkey shoot November 6,7, 13,14, 20,21 and November 23 thru the 25. Starting time is 7 p.m. The shoot will be held beside the fire station.

• The 701 South Turkey Shoot starts Nov. 6 and will run every Friday and Saturday night in November. It’s located at 7971 U.S. 701 south of Whiteville.

 • Tabor City Fire Department will hold their annual shoots  Nov. 20-25. It won’t be held Sunday, Nov. 22. The range is beside Adam’s Seafood on U.S. 701. 

• Evergreen Volunteer Fire Department holds its turkey shoot every Friday and Saturday night through Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. The event features a variety of prizes. Kids shoots are also held weekly.

• Abundant Life Church of Whiteville is holding their turkey shoot Friday and Saturday starting at 7 p.m.

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Jefferson Weaver is the Managing Editor of Columbus County News and he can be reached at (910) 914-6056, (910) 632-4965, or by email at [email protected].