Pam Metts of Cadiz Wins Fundraiser Knife

The Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter held a very successful information and fundraising campaign during the Ham Festival. Throughout that weekend the chapter sold “opportunity tickets” for chances to win a custom-made hunting knife donated by artist Allen Coleman of Cerulean. The funds from the weekend were earmarked for the chapter’s Scholarship Fund for local students. The men raised an amazing total of $550 for this cause.

At the end of the Ham Festival a single ticket was drawn at random to determine the winner, and Pam Metts, Regent of the local James Thomas Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, was selected.

Mrs. Metts met with the members of the Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter last Tuesday evening and received the beautiful knife, a leather sheath, and a hardwood display stand. In addition, the chapter granted her a Certificate of Appreciation for providing the organization with an antique table for use in their historical booth display during the Ham Festival.

Pam Metts, Regent of the James Thomas Chapter KSDAR, Receives Her New Knife

Pam Metts, Regent of the James Thomas Chapter KSDAR, Receives Her New Knife

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