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BDub; Where's My Boat?

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Hey BDub 'bout time to draw my name for the boat raffle in Ely isn't it. I know you have been giving them away to the locals the last few years but I sure could use a new boat.

Sorry I missed everyone at the Blueberry Festival this year.

Finns.

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Finns... I hate to tell you, that is my boat this year. You can have the boat they get next year. I already have plans for the boat. grin.gif

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I bought my tickets, but where the heck am I gunna store a 3rd Lund?

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smallmouthguide, I think Finns or casey may be willing to store it for you. grin.gif

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Thanks for the suggestion Steve. Now, would I have to make advance reservations when I want to come there to use it?

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Good thing it's an Alumacraft so when I win it you won't have to worry about storing another Lund grin.gif

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I wish all good luck I can store it for you? If you get it well we will see who gets it this year? Good job guy's.

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Sorry about not informing you about the winner. Here they are:

The Earlybird Winner of the free tow on Moose Lake was won by Mr. Eli Kopperud from Ely.

Winner of the boat, motor & trailer package was Clarence Cales from Mpls;

Winner of the trolling motor (donated by Jim Kivela/Pike Bay Repair) was Raefel Richard from McHenry, IL;

and the winner of the 2-night stay for two at Poplar B & B off the Gunflint Trail (donated by Ted & Barbara Young) was Michale Maternowsky from Ely.

Congratulations to all and thanks for supporting CWCS! Thanks also to Jim Kivela and Ted & Barbara Young for their donations.

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