After three days of events and hunting, the DRI hosted a dinner and silent auction to help raise money for their center.
The evening did include some actors, retired athletes, musicians and even a performance by the DRI's very own Bell Peppers. But to those who were there, it's more of a family reunion.
<"We have a lot of the same people that come back every year. It's sort of like a family reunion in that a lot of these people have been have been coming for many, many years," said DRI president and CEO Dickie Greenwood. "And this is their one opportunity throughout the year to see the people that they've made friends with here at this event in previous years."