Mesa, AZ -(AmmoLand.com)- The Arizona Elk Society (AES) is pleased to announce our Fifteenth Annual Fundraising Banquet, to be held Saturday March 19, 2016, at the Mesa Convention Center which is located at 263 North Center Street, in Mesa, Arizona.
The Arizona Elk Society annual banquet draws outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen together for an evening of entertainment and serves as the primary annual fundraiser, providing resources for the myriad of habitat preservation and restoration programs coordinated by the AES – which include wildlife projects, water projects, and youth conservation education.
The AES banquet begins with a social hour at 4:00pm with dinner served at 5:30pm. Dan Adler of Diamond Outfitters will emcee the banquet; highlights of the evening include presentation of the 2016 AES Youth College Scholarship award recipients, Auctioning of the Arizona Game & Fish Commissioners Special Elk Tag, Buffalo Tag and a Hualapai Indian Reservation Special Elk Tag, followed by a full evening of exciting Live Auctions, Silent Auctions plus many general and special raffles.
This is the Wildlife Event of the Year and it sells out quickly. Tickets for the Arizona Elk Society Banquet will be available for purchase online beginning January 1st at www.arizonaelksociety.org.
The AES banquet is made possible each year by the continued support and generosity from our sponsors, donors and volunteers. If you are interested in corporate sponsorship, banquet donations, volunteer opportunities or other ways you can participate, please contact us by phone or email.
About the Arizona Elk Society:
Established in 2001, the Arizona Elk Society (AES) is an Arizona non-profit organization to benefit elk and other wildlife in Arizona through habitat conservation and restoration. The organization works with government agencies and other organizations to provide their services. It prides itself in providing “hands on” support that conserves and enhances wildlife habitat in Arizona. It further promotes our hunting heritage for present and future generations through special youth education programs regarding conservation, hunting and outdoor activities.
For more information, visit: www.ArizonaElkSociety.org.