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Nate McVey

RMEF Meeting at Gander Mtn.

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There will be a Chapter Start-Up Meeting at Gander Mtn in Duluth on March 28 from 7-9 pm if anyone is interested.

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Good Luck, Shiner.

Best wishes from the Battle Lake Heartland Buglers Chapter.

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Thanks Gissert, I'll let you know how the turnout is.

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I think we ended up keeping the Head of the Lakes Chapter alive. 4 guys showed up and we all stepped up and took commitee positions. If anyone is interested in helping out let me know.

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Very good news! Do you have a date on your banquet?

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It was tentativly set for August 18th, but that might change.......we have another meeting on April 18th to discuss venue and date. The previous Chairman needed to step down so that left an empty board (he was listed as almost all offices) so we are going to review everything and make a decision.

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