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DU Sporting Clays Fun Shoot......June 7th

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Sauk Centre Chapter Ducks Unlimited Anual Fun Shoot

“Shoot For The Ducks”

Beste’s Sporting Clays

Sauk Centre, MN

June 7th, 2008

*50 target fun shoot: will be held from 10:00am - 4:00pm

*$45 includes: shooting, food & beverage, door prize entry

Door Prize:

- 2 memberships & Dinner Tickets to Main Street DU Banquet

*$20 Greenwing Class: (17 & Younger)

– includes: shooting, food & beverage, membership, prizes

*Multiple re-entries allowed for an additional $20

Your name will be added to the door prize drawing for each reentry

*only the highest score will count*

*Lewis Class Rules: A,B,C classes

Official rules will be posted

Do not need to be present to win

* PRIZES: For 1st, 2nd, 3rd Places for A, B, and C Classes

* Silent Auction: DU Merchandise

Call for more information & Shooting Appointments:

Chad (320)266-1727 or Kevin (320)352-3884

*Beste’s Sporting


(2.5 miles West on Hwy 28)

PM me for any further details.



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