A fund set up for the hunters who were killed or wounded raised
more than 20-thousand-dollars in its first two days.
A fund organizer says the hunting group Safari Club
International will match donations up to five-thousand dollars.
Donors are sporting blaze orange ribbons in memory of the
Several other groups have contacted the fund, saying they want
to contribute. Among them: Gander Mountain stores, E-S-P-N
television and the National Rifle Association.
Contributions will be used to help families cover medical and
funeral expenses and perhaps to establish a memorial.
Donations may be sent to Rice Lake Hunters Survivors and Victims
Fund, Dairy State Bank, 16 South Main Street in Rice Lake. The ZIP
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