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All the fellows who were successful bidders on the belt buckles donated by Al Eden have got there buckles and have sent in there donations for them. I would like to thank each of you who bid and took part in the fund raiser for the Club. This will give us funds to make updates and improvements to this page. Kent is doing a wonderful job of keeping the page up and going. Again thanks for your support. Larry Comer, Treasurer

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