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Outdoors events calendar for 02.20.14

Through Feb. 28: Gray squirrel, grouse and quail seasons in North Carolina.

Friday: Annual benefit banquet, Crossroads Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, 6 p.m., Statesville Civic Center, 300 S. Center St., Statesville. Tickets are $55 for adults, $85 for couples and $25 youths 17 and under. Information: Keith Hutchison 336-984-3053 or khutchison@wilkes.net.

Feb. 28-March 2: 34th Annual Dixie Deer Classic, Jim Graham Building, State Fairgrounds, Raleigh. Event includes antler scoring. Sponsored by Wake County Wildlife Club. Information: dixiedeerclassic.org.

March 1: Carolinas Bass Challenge fishing tournament, Lake Wylie, for S.C. Division. Entry fee $200. Guaranteed winner’s prize of $8,000. Information: 864-269-6200 or info@palmettoboatcenter.com.

March 1: NC-CATS catfishing tournament, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Badin Lake. Based at Alcoa/Badin Works Access Area. Information: theolfatcat@aol.com.

March 8: Annual benefit dinner, Catawba River Cutters chapter of N.C. Wild Turkey Federation, Gaston County Shrine Cub, 505 Pinkney Road, Dallas, N.C. Information: David Felton, 704-622-7180, dfelton82@yahoo.com.

March 14: Annual benefit dinner, Greater Pee Dee Chapter of N.C. Wild Turkey Federation, Anson County National Guard Armory, Anson Junior High Road, Wadesboro. Information: Scott Martin, 704-598-4211.

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