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Minnesota Ladyslippers/Pheasants Forever Annual Banquet

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Minnesota Lady Slippers #772 Banquet Announcement

The Minnesota Lady Slippers Chapter of Pheasants Forever is holding its 4th Annual Banquet on Saturday, March 8, 2008, at the Stillwater Country Club, 1421 North 4th Street, Stillwater, MN.

For those coming from a distance, please check out the “Girls Getaway” specials in Stillwater that weekend. Please Call for directions 651.439.4001.

The evening’s theme is “A Taste of Tuscany.” The program will include wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, an Italian buffet, cash bar, silent auction, raffles, and lots of fun! You’re invited to bring your spouse or significant other for an evening to remember!

Minnesota Lady Slippers, the state’s first all-female chapter, has set a specific goal to use net funds for schoolyard habitat projects, youth mentor programs, conservation education, teacher training, and community related conservation projects. This year’s project is a youth camp in June at the Audubon Center in Sandstone, MN. We are partnering with Trout Unlimited for this very special project. Come to the banquet and learn more about it.

Please feel free to pass this information on to your friends, co-workers, relatives, or anyone interested in helping the Minnesota Lady Slippers succeed!

If you would like to make a donation to the March 8th banquet, please contact me at the numbers below. Thank you.

Best regards,

Diane Weyandt, President

MN Lady Slippers #772

Pheasants Forever

Day Phone: 651-209-4940

Email: dweyandt@pheasantsforever.org

*Please also email Diane for the banquet invitation printout to secure your seat. Your registation is due by February 29, 2008.*

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Time is short and attendance so far is pretty low. Come on and get your tickets today.

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