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Sunday  22 Oct 17

—  CVMA 38-1 Annual Turkey Shoot  —

Start Time Start Date
1100 hrs Sunday  22 Oct 17
End Time End Date
1700 hrs Sunday  22 Oct 17
Event Description
CVMA Chapter 38-1 in conjunction with the Forked River VFW, Post #10118 will host a Turkey Shoot and BBQ with all proceeds going to American Veterans. Bring your own shot gun or one will be provided. Come out and support and great day of fun and comradery.
Event Location
VFW Post #10118 at 2652 W Lacey Rd, Forked River
City, State POC
Forked River, New Jersey Grieg Doc Moore
Web Link POC E-Mail/Phone
http://njvfw.org/vfw-post-10118/ griegmoore@aol.com
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