With over 300 meals served, the Radville Wildlife Federation's (RWF) 17th annual Fish Fry and Fundraiser Night on Saturday, March 25th at Radville Regional High School was a tremendous success.
Trevor Lewgood, the President of the RWF, said that they're very fortunate to get support from a lot of local people.
"This year we were just a shade over 300 people and we never turned anyone away. We had live, silent and penny auctions as well, and everything went very well and we raised quite a bit of money."
Lewgood explained that they had people travel a fair distance for the Fish Fry, including some folks that came down from Balgonie this time. "Different communities around here sure help us out and we're very fortunate."
"The northern pike came from Manitoba this year and it was excellent. We also had 75 pounds of roast beef. We had something for everybody."
Looking ahead to next year, Lewgood shared that they keep the Fish Fry about the same time every year, just depending on when Easter falls on the calendar.
Lewgood added that they'd like to thank all the volunteers who came out to give them a hand and support their club, and everyone who donated. "Without everything coming together, it's pretty tough to make money at an event like this."