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Southern Crossroads Chapter MI Meeting This Wed

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A note from Scott Webster:

The meeting is this next Wednesday the 12th 7:00 PM at the Eagles in Owatonna. Speaker will be Scott Yaeger from Lakeville. Scott has Muskie catches up around 700 fish. He is annually one of the top fishermen in the Muskies Inc. magazine men's division. He should have some great tips. We will be electing officers for 2009. Anyone interested in an officers position or board member position please make it known. Bring your lures,rods, reels or anything else you want to sell/trade.

Also tickets will be available for the December 3rd banquet. Price is $20 for adults and kids 12 and under are FREE. Dinner will be buffet style with fried chicken and BBQ ribs with potato,etc. Our speaker will be well known Mille Lacs guide Steve Jonesi. Should be a great time just like last year. Come bid/buy from the raffles and silent auction. Will also be several door prize drawings through out the night.Social hour at 6:00 with dinner at 7:00.

This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and our chapters existence will rely on the funds we bring in that night. We hope to make it a successful event to keep pushing ahead in 2009.

Thank you everyone for the support these first 3 years!!

Scott Webster

President MI Chapter 54

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