The money raised from the hunt went toward reloading the Helping Hands Fund of Wichita Falls.
This is the fourth year for the hunt which is becoming more and more popular.
Organizer John Denman says, "They love to go dove hunting and it's that time of year when it's exciting to get out and they want to get out and do something at the same time. They don't mind supporting something like Hands to Hands that does a lot for our community."
Organizers are hopeful the event will bring in more than 7-thousand dollars for the Hands to Hands Fund which benefits multiple organizations within the Wichita Falls area, such as the ARC and the Boys and Girls Clubs.
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