Thursday, November 29, 2007
Fitch Farms welcomes hunters, stars
By SUE WATSON
Fitch Farms entertained around a hundred celebrities and guests at the 2007 National Championship Hunt that took place over the November 8-10 weekend.
Forty-four hunters took advantage of ideal hunting and networking opportunities, bagging lots of quail.
This year, television star Tom Lester and actor/songwriter Ed Bruce joined the team of celebrities to join the hunt.
Country music entertainers Sonny Jackson and Tanya Davis provided music and song for guests in the evenings.
Some other special guests this year included John Rex Gates, who holds five national championships and has won over 100 open championships during his career.
Gary Lockee, retired with the Bird Dog Museum at Grand Junction, Tenn., was back again this year.
Other VIPS included Tennessee Sen. and former Lt. Gov. John Wilder, and Russell Humphrey and Matt King with the Tennessee Lt. Governor’s Office.
Business executives with Trustmark Bank, Tower Loan, Bank of Fayette County and Northrop Grumman (shipbuilders) in Pascagoula, were among the many who attended the hunt.
Fitch Farms/Galena Plantation boasts some of the finest dove, deer and turkey hunting and hospitality that the Southeast has to offer.
The experience is touted as “A Step Back In Time.”
Guests enjoy old-fashioned Southern hospitality, cuisine, lodging, hunting and entertainment in a genuinely Southern setting.
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