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Old 08-01-2010, 09:49 PM   #1
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If anyone can not attend the ForumFest you can still participate in our charity drive by mailing in a check to the address below. Your contribution will be included in the ForumFest total and presented to the Food Pantry.

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Default Question on raffle????

In the past I couldn't attend but mailed a check to be put into the raffle to try and win that wonderful homemade quilt (I can see my MOM now snuggling with it in the nice february weather in the Lakes Region), can we do that this year, and if so what woiuld be a minimum donation to try and win one of those great raffle prizes?

Any response would be great,

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