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MSchmillen

Ducks Unlimited Banquet & "Guns & Bucks" Raffle *Bucks for the Ducks*

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*Carver County Ducks Unlimited*

Ice fishing is wrapping up and walleye opener is a ways off...sounds like a good time for a banquet!

Our banquet is on for April 20th at the Ballroom in Waconia. If anyone is interested in attending shoot me an email (address below)

We are also running a "Guns & Bucks" Raffle this year. 15 VERY NICE guns and 15 $250 cash prizes. Tickets are $20 each and we cap this raffle off at 1200 tickets to keep the odds of winning high. 1/40 chance of winning and we've got a good list of spendy guns this year. I'll give you a list if you are interested. Need not be present to win!

Please contact me if you have any questions at all. Thanks, lead em!

mikeschmillen@micmaclures.com

Mike Schmillen

612-490-4603

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I may visit this event.

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If you want to attend let me know, it will sell out so you will want to get a ticket ahead of time.

Thanks

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