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Hunt Family hunting benefit set to aid local family


Proceeds from the Hunt Family Preserve’s 10th annual benefit, set for 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 11 and 12, will be used to assist a longtime community volunteer during cancer treatment.

Lolly and Randy Hoagland have lived in the West Amwell/Lambertville, N.J., area their entire lives, and Lolly is currently undergoing treatment for cancer.

Lolly worked at West Amwell Township for 25 years and served with the Lambertville Rescue Squad as an active member for 15 years.

Randy recently retired from West Amwell Township, and has been a volunteer for 45 years in the West Amwell Volunteer Fire Company.

The hunt is one hour, and the cost is $70 per hunter, three birds per hunter. All proceeds will go to the Hoagland family.

Hunters do not need a pheasant stamp, but are required to show their out-of-state license, or proof of the hunter safety course in order to purchase a one-day license.

Hunting is not necessary to make a donation to the family; non-hunters are welcome to stop by and mingle, and if they choose, make a unanimous donation to the family.

The preserve is located at 342 Mt. Airy Harbourton Road, Lambertville. Reservations are required. Call 609-397-2007 and leave a message to reserve a time slot. Calls will be returned.