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Take a Kid Fishing Fundraiser

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Hey guys, don't know if many of you are golfers out there, but I recently got done putting together the 2nd Annual Denny Phelps Memorial Golf Tourney. The event is Sat Sept 23rd. Details are:

Friday eve Phelps Fish Fry at Turtle River Golf(aka Castle's) 6pm

Sat 10 am shotgun start 18 holes four person texas scramble golf.

Dinner and awards banquet 71 bar immediately after golf. I would say approx 5pm.

Entry fee is $50 per person-entry includes fish fry, golf, and 71 bar dinner after tourney. Five dollars out of each entry will be donated in Denny's name to Take A Kid Fishing. If you want to just attend Fish Fry Fri, the cost is only $5 and it will go to Take A Kid Fishing.

Sign up for tourney is at 71 bar and Turtle River Golf.

Thank You!!!!

Matt

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Matt

That's the same day as the Bluewater Fall Classic.

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This should be a great event Matt! Hopefully I can swing my schedule a bit and be able to make it out there! Thanks for putting some of the proceeds to TKF, we appreciate it greatly!!

And Chris, good luck in the Bluewater!

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Yeah Chris I know, Squirrel started putting this together for this date. It was the only time it could be. I knew it was the same time, but I need to do this. It will raise money for a good organization and a lot of people will have a lot of fun and have great food. Including me!! I have been having fishing withdrawals though, I would like to fish this tourney. It is well ran. Good luck to you. Take care.

Matt

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Looks like I have to go get the clubs out of storage that I just put in there last weekend. The wife and I will be a team. Man that should be funny to watch. We haven't golfed all year, but it is a great time to spend time together and support TAK Fishing! grin.gif

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Matt- Do we create our own team, or is it a drawing? I guess I should have read the whole post before my last one!

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Scott - you need to create your own team. four people on a team. you can sign up by calling turtle river golf at 586-2681, or 71 bar during the day at 586-2274 talk to Terry, or you can call me at 586-2953 or 766-3818. leave a message if you can. Scott - if you don't think you want to play, or can't, you can at least attend the fish fry on friday eve and pay $5, or more if you want, that will go to take a kid fishing. I sincerely appreciate your interest.

Matt

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No problem Matt- I talked to the wife about it and we are thinking about it. We will take in the fish fry for sure and see what happens from there.

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