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Benefit for Bill Carr, Ultimate Sportsman Seriously Injured

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Bill was seriously injured in a car accident a few weeks ago. There will be a Benefit stag for him on January 13 from noon to four at the Mainline Bar & Grill in Downer Minnesota. Bill has had a tough year, On July 4th he suffered a heart attack and came out of that fairly well but a few weeks ago a serious car accident has left him in bad shape, It sounds like he is in the cities in stable condition but has been in an induced coma with multiple other injuries. We are looking for Door Prize Donated Gifts and people to show up to support this guy. Any Help will be much appreciated. Bill belongs to every organization out there. Pheasants Forever, Mn Deer Hunters, NWTF, FM Walleyes,Most gun clubs in the moorhead area and probably alot more. Contact Brad Anderson at 218 789 7330 for more info. Thanks

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