Kayla Buie, 11, of Knightdale was one of 11 girls and boys nationwide selected for the Quality Deer Management Association’s National Youth Hunt held Oct. 22-25 in Omaha, Ga. Her father, Reggie Buie, nominated her and twin brother Reggie.
Kayla Buie, 11, of Knightdale was one of 11 girls and boys nationwide selected for the Quality Deer Management Association’s National Youth Hunt held Oct. 22-25 in Omaha, Ga. Her father, Reggie Buie, nominated her and twin brother Reggie. PHOTO COURTESY OF REGGIE BUIE
Kayla Buie, 11, of Knightdale was one of 11 girls and boys nationwide selected for the Quality Deer Management Association’s National Youth Hunt held Oct. 22-25 in Omaha, Ga. Her father, Reggie Buie, nominated her and twin brother Reggie. PHOTO COURTESY OF REGGIE BUIE

Knightdale girl treasures memory of her first deer

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