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March 7, 2014, 10:30 am

Submitted photo Savannah Bateman, 12, practices her target shooting. Bateman was one of only two youth hunters out of 60,000 entries to receive a National Wild Turkey Federation “Hunt of a Lifetime.”

Submitted photo Savannah Bateman, 12, practices her target shooting. Bateman was one of only two youth hunters out of 60,000 entries to receive a National Wild Turkey Federation “Hunt of a Lifetime.”

 

GAMBIER — Savannah Bateman, of Gambier, won the National Wild Turkey Federation’s JAKES (Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Experience and Sportsmanship) 2014 Hunt of a Lifetime.

Out of 60,000 members entered in the NWTF drawing, at the NWTF headquarters in Edgefield, S.C., only two were chosen.

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