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Nate McVey

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet

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Nate McVey    0
Nate McVey

As the president of the Duluth chapter of the RMEF I wanted to throw out some information to anyone who may be interested in attending our banquet on August 25 at Spirit Mountain. We will have a silent auction, general raffles and a live auction with numerous guns, hotel stays, art work and much more.

The history of the RMEF in Minnesota dates back to 1989 when the Elk Foundation purchased a vital 80-acre parcel that is now part of the Grygla WMA and since then has impacted more than 9000 acres of elk habitat. Most recently the foundation partnered with The Nature Conservancy to purchase 863 acres of habitat in Kittson County. In all the foundation has helped leverage funding for more than $750,000 in projects in Minnesota's elk country.

These dollars not only impact Minnesota's growing elk herd but also whitetail, grouse, bear and many other game animals. By protecting and purchasing this land, the RMEF keeps vital habitat open to the public and out of the private sector.

If anyone would like more information on the RMEF banquet or the RMEF in general, please contact me at nateatgrandsuperiordotcom.

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Nate McVey    0
Nate McVey

Lot's of guns, a great meal and good people, what more could you ask for?

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SKIPPERS KID

OK, shiner2367 I will be there sounds like fun and close to home smirk.gif.

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Nate McVey

Thanks Tom! You going to be at the City Hunt orientation tonight?

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Scott M

Sounds like a great deal and a conservation minded organization.

shiner, could one purchase tickets alone, or do you need to be present to win? I won't be around that weekend....

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SKIPPERS KID    0
SKIPPERS KID

I have had mine on sunday I might go tonight we will see how I feel.

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Nate McVey

Happy Birthday by the way Scott! I have some raffle tickets that you need not be present to win, one for a Remington 700 SPS .300 Win. Mag and one for a Matthews Outback Bow. Let me know what you think.

Tom, hopefully we'll see you tonight, if not I'll figure out some way to get a hold of you.

Thanks

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outdoor ran

Shiner, how much are the raffle tickets for the gun and the bow?

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$20 a piece, but only 100 will be sold for each. Then the winners, nation wide, are thrown into a drawing for 2 different hunts out west.

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SKIPPERS KID

Shiner2367, Put Deb and I in or if we need to pay let us now soon I am in for three I hope we can get in smirk.gif. Pluse I will smirk.gifsmirk.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif.

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Nate McVey

Shoot me an email Tom and I will take care of it

nate at grandsuperior (Contact Us Please) com.............THANKS!!!!

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Hey guys! The banquet is coming up on Saturday! Please let me know if there is any interest.

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