The Anderson Building played host to the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation's 31st annual banquet and auction Tuesday.
Club member Ron Whitney said attendance was a bit low this time, but those that did show would be directly benefiting two main areas: youth outdoor programs and landowners.
Chief Wildlife Biologist Nick Prough said another goal of the local chapter -- and another source for donated money to benefit -- was the conservation and management of habitat.
Live and silent auctions accompanied dinner, and door prizes were also awarded. The three top-selling items were a guided pheasant hunt in South Dakota for $1,700; a set of four truck tires donated by Express Tire for $675; and a Traeger Grill for $650.
Fundraising totals are pending.