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Roscoe16

Minnesota Waterfowl Assn. Banquet In North Metro

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The newly formed Rum River Chapter of the Minnesota Waterfowl Association is holding their first annual Conservation Banquet on Thursday, September 11th, 2008, at Wells Catering & Event Center in Ramsey. Dabbling Hour starts at 6 pm with a prime rib dinner served at 7:30. The banquet will feature various raffles, games, door prizes and auctions. All money raised at the banquet will be spent right here in Minnesota on projects in the local area and around the state. For ticket information please call Ross Hedin at 763-427-6524, Brian Burandt at 763-323-7509, or email rumrivermwa@yahoo.com. For more information about the Minnesota Waterfowl Association visit their HSOforum at www.mnwaterfowl.com.

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The banquet is only 3 weeks away. We still have tickets available. There will be no tickets sold at the door the day of the banquet.

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Less than a week before the banquet. We still have tickets available. We would appreciate your support.

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