The Little Sioux Wildlife Association will hold its annual meeting and fish fry at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Cherokee VFW basement, according to Don Dalton, LSW president.
The fish fry begins at 6 p.m., with the annual meeting to follow. Cost is $5.50 for adults, and $3 for children age 12 and under.
The LSW has approximately 280 members and membership renewal will be conducted Tuesday at the door. First-year membership is $25, with yearly renewal costing just $10 after the first year.
The LSW operates a members-only area located between Cherokee and Quimby, adjacent west of the River Road. The LSW Area includes camping, picnicking, and access to the Little Sioux River, as well as a popular target range, which members can use for target practice and sighting in shotguns, rifles, etc.
The LSW Area also is the site for the RidgeRunner Rendevous held twice a year. The Rendevous dates this year are April 29-May 1, and October 8-9.
Other events held annually at the LSW Area are the Western Iowa Border Agent Posse Shoots, and the Hawkeye Club, which is a local youth club that exposes youth to many outdoor skills.
Members unable to attend the fish fry are encouraged to contact Vern Cunningham, LSW secretary-treasurer, to renew their membership. Cunningham can be reached at 225-4751.
Items on the annual meeting agenda for Tuesday include nomination and election of board members, clean-up weekend, and security.
Contact LSW president Don Dalton at 225-4634 for more information.