Deer hides make an impact

A deer shot in Door and Kewaunee Counties this week will let a child have a fun time this summer in Rosholt. Since 1996, Lions Clubs in southern Door County have collected deer hides that are later sold to raise funds for their camp. Thanks to the funds raised, eligible kids and adults with disabilities have been able to attend the Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt for free. Forestville-Maplewood Lions Club member Chuck Wagner says hunters in Door County have been very supportive of the program.

Hunters that would like to donate their deer hides must do so at selected spots in the county before they are picked up in the coming weeks. 



Click here for more information on the Wisconsin Lions Club deer hide collection

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