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glenn57

mdha banquet/ paynesville

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attended my first banquet last nite. didnt win much (LIKE USUAL) but good time. will do it next year.

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was it a good time?

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yea, it was a good time. kind of neat to see all the potential prizes a person could win, especially guns. but like usual a forgot my lucky rabbits foot at home. at least fishing & hunting i have a lttle more say in my sucess.

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what is

mdha banquet/ paynesville

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Maybe Minnesota Duck Hunters Assoc. ?

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Minnesota deer hunters assc. I believe

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Correct. Unless there is a newer group with the MDHA initals.

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yes its the minnesto deer hunters association banquet.

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