Danville Game Supper
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Each autumn, churches, fire stations and other community centers are home to community wild game suppers. Although the number of locations putting on game suppers has decreased over the years the ones that have continued this fall tradition are more popular than ever. These friendly, informal family affairs are social events for hunters and non-hunters alike. And are subtle reminders of how important hunting and wildlife management is to the social and cultural fabric of many small Vermont communities.
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