The Tualatin Valley Chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association will host its 31st annual fundraiser banquet on Saturday, March 15 at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Hillsboro. Doors open at 5 p.m., followed by dinner, auctions and raffles.

Single adult and couples’ ticket packages range from $50 to $250 and include dinners and a variety of raffle tickets. Dinner tickets for youth under 12 are $25.

At least one member in the party must be a member of the Oregon Hunters Association.

In addition to dinner, a variety of firearms, outdoor gear, artwork, gifts and other items will be auctioned and raffled, with the proceeds used to fund local wildlife habitat projects and youth education events. Typical OHA projects include planting forage for big game, fencing springs and aspen groves, creating new water sources for upland game birds and youth hunter and outdoor education programs and events.

For more information about the banquet, or to purchase tickets, contact Leslie Shaw at 503-259-9821 or Don Schaller at 503-646-4733. Ticket packages must be purchased by March 1.

The Oregon Hunters Association is the state’s largest pro-hunting organization, with 10,000 members and 27 chapters statewide. Its mission is “to provide abundant huntable wildlife resources in Oregon for present and future generations, enhancement of wildlife habitat and protection of hunters rights.” Information can be found at

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