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NDSU Ducks Unlimited Banquet

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Hi All,

I'm a current exec member of the NDSU Ducks Unlimited club and I thought I would let you know about a few big events coming up for us.

1)Booth at the Fargo Sportsman Show.

Stop by and say hi to all the guys at our booth, where we'll have info about our group, selling tickets to our 2nd annual banquet (see below), a Terry Redlin silent auction framed print, and NDSU DU merchandise.

2) 2nd Annual NDSU DU Banquet

Where: Speedway event center, West Fargo

When: 7:00 p.m. Friday, March 30th

Cost: $25


This isn't going to be the usual DU type banquet. This is a hardcore waterfowler hunters fest with video clips of ducks getting blasted, and slideshows showing piles of birds killed by DU members. Wearing camoflauge is encoraged and will get you a raffle ticket for your chance at a Beneli Nova shotgun! The prizes are also geared toward the hardcore hunter as listed below. The ticket price does includes a rib and chicken buffet ticket.

Now for the prizes: 8 Guns, 100 DOZEN DECOYS!!!!!!!!! (Yes, that's correct, 100 dozen) , all sorts of ground layout blinds, blind bags, cases of shells, and the usual DU prints and commerative pieces.

If you guys are interested in going, you can buy a ticket at our booth, or e-mail me and I can get'em to you somehow. Hope to see ya there!!

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