By Andi Bourne

Annual Fur Dinner offers opportunity to share furs


March 31, 2022

Photos provided by Terry Sheppard

2022 Fur Dinner attendees pose doning their favorite furs. Top Back (L-R): John Farrar and Howie Fly. Back Row (L-R): Barb McNally, Don McNally, Jessie Geary, Bob Sheppard and Patrick Davis. Front (L-R): Tony and Janice Hicks, Jan Farrar, Terry Sheppard, Jan Guelff, Peggy Fly and David Guelff.

OVANDO – More than a dozen people dressed in fur enjoyed an evening out at The Stray Bullet in Ovando at the end of February. While most would agree it was an unusual sight, that is exactly the reason Trapper Bob Sheppard and his wife Terry started the annual Fur Dinner nearly 10 years ago.

"It is a fun way to promote the benefits of fur and a good reason to enjoy a meal at a local restaurant, during a dark cold evening," Terry wrote in an email.

The Sheppards were the only people at the first Fur Dinner in the mid-2010s. Each year they invite more people and host the event at a different...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2024