Arkansas Outdoor Hall Of Fame Breaks Records

LITTLE ROCK — More than 1,700 supporters of conservation in Arkansas gathered at the Statehouse Convention Center in downtown Little Rock, Saturday, Aug. 24, for the 28th annual Arkansas Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet.

Each year, the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation honors a select few individuals who have made notable impacts in Arkansas’s outdoors. This year’s inductees included MaryAnn King of London, Catherine and Tommy Murchison III of Cabot, Woody Futrell of Nashville and the McCollum Family of Stuttgart.

In addition to honoring the inductees, the AGFF puts on one of the finest banquets in the state, including supper, live auctions and more.

“This year we really wanted to continue raising the bar, and I think we did just that,” said AGFF President Deke Whitbeck. “We upgraded the silent auction system to a digital version that you could bid on without leaving your chair during the banquet, and we added a fantastic after-party with live music by Memphis Soul Revue.”       MORE

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