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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A bird's eye view of Ducks Unlimited

I love the title. I can't take the credit, a professor of mine had a very funny moment today and I told him I was using it!

This entry is going to be a pitch for a great event that some classmates of mine are working on planning. Not only am I attending, and do I support them, but I’m hoping to help them gain some attendance by writing this entry!

“Ducks Unlimited (a non-profit agency) conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.” -Ducks Unlimited
 
The Mohawk Valley Waterfowl Association of Ducks Unlimited is holding their first event, the “Sportsman’s Night Out”!
 
WHO: Everyone’s invited! Students $25, Non-students $35 (to purchase tickets, see their website linked above, or their facebook page linked below!)
WHAT: 1st Annual Sportsman’s Night Out

WHERE: Cobleskill Elks Lodge, 1 Legion Drive Cobleskill, New York, 12043

Blaze orange is the new black.

WHEN: Thursday, November 15th, 2012 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Doors open at 6:00 PM

WHY: With purchase you get a 12 month Ducks Unlimited membership and all you can eat and drink!

AND there are door prizes (guns, tree stands, ice fishing gear and more)!

AND if you wear blaze orange and/or camouflage, you will automatically get entered into a raffle.

(I don’t know about you, but I wear that everyday anyway :) )

SUNY Cobleskill Students, and DU Members: (L->R) Kyle Olson, Shawn Ferdinand, Cody Davis, Derrik Grimm
 
DU vice-chair, and SUNY Cobleskill student: Mason Hawker
SO, for a ‘bird’s eye view’ of the Sportsman’s Night Out, contact one of the team and come join us for a good night!

Check them out on FACEBOOK!
 
 

2 comments:

  1. Did you get any of Sandy's winds,rain or more? I look at my Atlas and try to envisage how far it spread, along the coast and inland, and then I compare it to NZ.!!!Stay safe, love the DU photos, enjoy the night. Greetings from Jean.

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    1. Jean, I fared well with Sandy. Everyone was very concerned where I live, we were hit VERY hard with Hurricane Irene. Look up Schoharie, NY and Irene. It was devastating, much like what the tri-state area is experiencing. Very sad.

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