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NWTF Banquet - Sunrise Gobblers Chapter - Cannon Falls

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Hello all:

Just thought I'd make a plug for the Surise Gobblers Chapter of the NWTF annual banquet. The banquet is to be held at Grandpa's Garage in Cannon Falls, MN, Saturday March 17th at 7PM.

There should be some great prizes there, and we strive for somewhere between 70-90% prize allocation, depending upon attendance; all of which means you'll likely leave with something of turkey hunting interest. Your odds of this go up by buying into one of the many raffles.

For complete details and further information, check out the official flyer:

Cannon Falls NWTF Banquet Details



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Sorry Joel, I have to run our NWTF banquet the same night here in Boise! It's our 17th annual.

Best of luck on the event.

It's not the gobbler, it's the gobble!


President, Gem State Chapter NWTF

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