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Pheasant Summit Being Held In Huron
Pheasant Summit Being Held In Huron

Governor Daugaard’s Pheasant Summit is being held Friday, December 6th at the Crossroads Hotel in Huron.  About 500 people are expected to attend the event, including Governor Daugaard and Senator John Thune.  Several state officials will speak, including Game Fish and Parks Secretary Jeff Vonk, Tourism Secretary Jim Hagen, Ag Secretary Lucas Lentsch, and SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences Dean Barry Dunn.  The conference will be broadcast online at www.sdpb.org.

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