The 17th annual Stan Wagner Memorial Game Feed will be held Nov. 14 in the Livestock Barn at the Fallon County Fairgrounds.
The game feed recently got approval from the Fallon County Health Department, as long as masking and social distancing is maintained, according to organizer Wendy Wagner.
“We are still moving forward. We are just taking extra precautions,” she said.
“You have to wear a mask when you come in. There will be hand sanitizers all over. When you come in, you will have to sanitize your hands. Basically, that is what the guidelines are for everybody.
“You can set up in your pod and those tables will be six feet apart. You don’t have to wear a mask if you are seated at the table. But, if you are up walking around, you have to have a mask,” she explained.
The actual feed will start at 4 p.m. and at 6 p.m. the kids’ games will start, she added. At 8 p.m., the adult games will begin, according to Wagner.
The event is a free will donation.
“There will be a wash station where the kids games are,” she said. “They will have to watch their hands before they play.”
The menu for the game feed won’t be as exotic as in years past, she explained. “We will just have buffalo, steer, antelope and moose.”
The biggest change has been adapting to the new COVID-19 guidelines, she said.
People can look for updates on the status of the Stanley Wagner Memorial Wild Game Feed event on its Facebook page, she said.