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Updated: 11/27/2017 05:28:38PM

A unique food affair

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This is the primary fund raiser for the Lake Placid Noon Rotary and those funds are given back to the community in the form of scholarships, donations and grants to students and charitable organizations.

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Tickets sell fast and are available online at lpnr.com,

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The theme this year is Australian so get ready to go ?Down Under? and enjoy tastes of kangaroo and emu.

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LAKE PLACID — If you haven’t been to the World Famous Wild Game Dinner, you’re missing an outstanding event. Each year, hundreds of fun-loving people arrive at an old oak hammock for a party that’s part fair and part affair. Held annually, the Wild Game Dinner is a major fund raiser for the Lake Placid Noon Rotary and 2017 marks the 14th event.

Wild game may be the order of the day, but don’t expect to eat roast yak or African antelope. Instead, attendees will be treated to succulent delights like roast hog, fried turkey, Buffalo wings, smoked sausage and catfish. There’s also more exotic fare — alligator, frog legs, rabbit, venison, and the infamous Snake Cake for dessert, while swamp cabbage, jambalaya, beans and corn on the cob round out the offerings.

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