The Stover family started the wild game feed over 15 years ago as an annual event held at their house in Eatonville, Washington. Originally it was a small event for close friends and family to gather after hunting season, share their favorite wild game dishes, tell hunting stories, and show off their trophies. Over the years, attendance increased and it evolved into more of a fundraiser for locals in need. In 2018, the event was relocated to the Eatonville Eagles to accommodate more guests, a live and silent auction, live band, and horseshoe tournament. There is now a committee of approximately ten Eatonville locals who meet 1-2 times a month to plan the event, making it one of the largest fundraisers of it's kind in the area.
$5 suggested donation at door
- Live Auction
- Silent Auction
- Weapons Raffle
- Potluck style dinner & Burgers
- Indoor and Outdoor Seating
- Horseshoe Tournament
Cash is the easiest form of payment for us. There will be an ATM on site but it usually runs out of money very early in the night. We will also accept venmo and paypal, but cannot accept credit/debit cards.
Robin Hill is best known for her 20 years at the Eatonville Plaza market. Where she was a grocery checker/ produce lady. Her favorite part about working at Plaza is all the relationships she created with the customers. She also helped out with EYSA and cooked burgers during the Eatonville football games. She’s a Wife to Mike Hill and mom of 4 with 4 grandchildren that are her world! Last July she went into the doctors where they told her she had pancreatitis. In October an MRI and CAT scan revealed a small spot on her pancreas, but the doctors concluded it was nothing to be worried about. Fast forward to December, Robin visited Virginia Medical where they discovered she had pancreatic cancer. Since that time, she has been on chemotherapy 3 weeks on, one week off. She was also selected for a clinical trial out of Israel. For the trial treatment she wears a pack that sends radio waves to attack the cancer. Robin has an awesome support group that includes her family, friends, and a world renouned team of doctors.
Todd McCather SR. is 56 years old and has 4 kids, with the 3 oldest graduating from Eatonville High school. He also worked at Starbucks for 14 years. He is best known in Eatonville for his five years as a board member of EYSA, helping out with the youth basketball, baseball and softball, and always being the loudest parent at the football games. Unfortunately, Todd has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma which is a cancer of the plasma cells and is incurable. He will have to do chemotherapy for the rest of his life. Recently Todd had stem cell therapy which is helping, but he is continuing to fight and has a long road ahead.
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For questions about the event, to donate items, or make a cash donation please fill out the form or call Sara Gamache: 253-468-4017 or Cole Stover: 253-732-2196
100 Weyerhaeuser Road North, Eatonville, Washington 98328, United States