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LeSueur County Chapter Pheasants Forver #214 Banquet

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Pheasants forever

Le Sueur County Chapter # 214

Banquet / Fundraiser

Park Ballroom, New Prague, MN

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Social hour 5:30 pm - Dinner 7:00 pm - Program 7:30 pm

Roast Beef & Turkey Dinner - Limited Number of Tickets

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For ticket information:

Greg Busch Gary Salsman Bob Tuma Tom Pexa

507-744-2026 952-492-5767 507-357-4745 952-758-8077

Montgomery Jordan Le Center New Prague

Gary Novak Ken Mader Jeff Gerdes Dave Meyer

507-744-5126 507-362-8003 952-758-6233 952-758-2474

Montgomery Waterville New Prague New Prague

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SILENT AUCTION -- RAFFLES -- PRIZES

GUNS -- GUNS -- GUNS -- GUNS -- GUNS

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When will the mailings be coming for corporate sponsorships? Gold, Silver, etc.?

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According to Hawkeye, the letters were going to be mailed on Friday 2/12. You should get them any day now.

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Reid, Are you a gold sponsor thought work? I got mine in the mail today.

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