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James River Valley Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Banquet
James River Valley Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Banquet
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Date/Time
Friday, March 28th 2014
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Highland Conference Center

James River Valley Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk will have their 19th Annual banquet on Friday, March 28, 2014 at the Highland Conference Center, the doors open at 5pm & dinner at 7pm. Sign up before March 25th and be placed in a drawing for a “Henry” .22 Lever action rifle, from the Depot. Make sure you stop and visit at Cabelas Great Spring Outdoor days on March 1st and 2nd and sign up be placed in a drawing for a $50 gift card given away at the banquet. Auction items will include: Medallion gun Ruger 77 Hawkeye .243, Auction gun-Tika T-3 7mm Mag, South African Hunt, 2014 Landerberger custom made knife, Bill Wegleitner painting. For more information please contact Gary Kingsbury at 996-4693, Doug Voelzke at 770-3368 or online tickets at www.rmef.org

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