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Ducks Unlimited Annual Dinner and Auction

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Event# 308-772-3761

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Silent Auction, Games, Drawings, Prizes, Decoys, Guns, Prints, Knives, 2 gun raffles, and much more!

The money raised goes to support the local chapters of Ducks Unlimited. Part of the proceeds raised by The Ducks Unlimited Banquet and Auction go to Wetland Conservation, a major project of Ducks Unlimited, Inc.


Ducks Unlimited Annual Dinner and Auction


Phone : 308-772-3761   (Always call and confirm events.)

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