Store holds hunters’ partyOctober 30,2013Hunters’ party
at Belmont store
BELMONT — Hunters are invited to show off their camouflage and enter a deer pool at a party starting at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Belmont General Store.
The family-friendly event will include an indoor bow shoot, music, games and a raffle.
A prize will be awarded to the “best-dressed” person in camo gear, and for game camera pictures.
The party will also be an opportunity for hunters to join the deer pool, with possible prizes including a tree stand, a game camera and a set of two-way radios.
The store is located at 2400 Belmont Road in Mount Holly.
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