A Lewis County habitat-focused organization hosts its annual banquet Saturday, February 21.

The Ten Rivers Chapter of Pheasants Forever, The Habitat Organization's annual get-together takes place at the Caldwell Building west of Canton. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6:30 and an auction at 7:30.

The meal features a one pound ribeye with all the fixin's. The auction will include over $10,000 worth of merchandise, along with over a dozen firearms. There will also be raffles and games throughout the evening.

Tickets for the meal and a Pheasants Forever membership are $50 per adult, $60 per couple and $15 for youth up to age 16.

All the proceeds from the event are used to promote wildlife habitat and conservation education in and around Lewis County.

For more information, call Rob Carmichael at 217-242-1134 or Rob Power at 217-430-7959.

Rob Carmichael was a guest on KHMO's Talk Back: