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NORTHSTAR REGIONALS AND MINNESOTA STATE

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Saturday, August 11, 2007

10:00 a.m. Northstar Novice Duck*

11:30 a.m. Northstar Novice Goose*

* Novice is open to anyone who has not placed

top 5 in a major/sanctioned contest

Prizes awarded for placing 1st-3rd

1:30 p.m. Northstar Regional Duck (Sanctioned)

3:00 p.m. Northstar Regional Goose

Prizes awarded for placing 1st-5th

1st place pays $1500 in Regional Contests

Sunday, August 12, 2007

10:00 a.m. Minnesota State Duck (Sanctioned)

(open ONLY to Minnesota residents)

11:30 a.m. Minnesota State Goose

(Open ONLY to Minnesota residents)

Prizes: 1st-5th

1st places pay $500

1:30 p.m. Two Man (Person) Duck

3:00 p.m. Two Man (Person) Goose

Prizes: 1st-3rd

Saturday, August 18, 2007

10:30 a.m. Youth Duck (Open to ages 16 and under)

11:30 a.m. Youth Goose (Open to ages 16 and under)

Prizes for TWO classes: 12 years old and under &

13years old-16 years old

1:00 p.m. Ladies Contests:

Ladies Duck

Ladies Goose to follow the completion of the Duck

Prizes: 1st-3rd

Entry Fees

Youth Contests: Free

Ladies Contests: Free

North Star Novice Contest: $25 per contest

State Contests: $30 per contest

North Star Regional Contests: $35 per contests

2-person Contests: $40 per team per contests

(person can participate on two teams with

different partners per contest)

All Contests are held at gamefair

For contest information call

Jeremy Rondorf 763-498-4110 or

Todd Palashewski 763-856-8238

2007 NORTHSTAR

CALLING CONTESTS

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