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Pelican Lake/Wright County MWA Chapter Banquet Tonight

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September 20, 2008: 2nd Annual Youth Field Day

At Pelican Lake main (west) access. Coffee, donuts and hot chocolate early. Activities begin mid-morning and include wood duck house building, mallard nesting structure building, electronic gun shoot and much more.

This was an excellent time last year with a good turnout. Kids learned how to build wood duck houses and we got them all (14) up on Pelican l lake this winter. Click the links below to find pictures and other info about last years and this years Youth Field Day.

September 25, 2008: 1st Annual Fall Banquet

At Rockford Township Hall. 5:00pm Social Hour, 7:00 pm Dinner.

We have a lot planned for our fist banquent. Rob Drieslein of Outdoor News and KFAN will be the MC of the evenings events. Lots of guns and other items to be raffled/given away of course. Pig roast by Divine Swine is on the dinner menu. Area Wildlife managers for both the USFWS and DNR, Scott Glup & Fred Bengston, will be there to give a brief status on Pelican lake and to answer any questions you may have about Pelican lake or other area projects. Please come and show your support for Pelican Lake.

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The event is this Thursday! We have about 20 guns available as well as many other great prizes and raffles to win. We are short on people so if you come the odds will be in your favor to win something.

If interested contact Adam Benker at 763-493-8588

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Last call as the event is tonight.

We have about 20 guns, prints, decoys, laydown blind, manitoba hunt and much much more.

Only about 60 people pre-registered so everyone will have an excellent chance to bring a great prize home.

We are at the Rockford Township Hall which is just east of Buffalo a few miles off of hwy 55, whatch for the signs.

Doors open at 5:00, dinner at 7:00.

Call Adam Benker @ 612-202-3232 or email jsb@lucascorp for directions or more info.

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