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LarryC
As you know Al Eden donated 5 Simplicity belt buckles to the club to be auctioned off the the highest bider. We had several bids submitted for these buckles and the top five bidders have been notified. This was a very sucessful fund raiser for the Club and we thank Al for his donation. Would each of you successful bidders please notify AL of where you would like the buckles sent. He has offered to send them directly to you at his cost. Again I would like to thank all who took part in this auction and to Al for his kind donation of the buckles and the shipping. Larry Comer, Treasurer

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