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News : Saturdays To Be Busy With Many Events At Chillicothe
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/15 4:05:42 (266 reads) News by the same author

Events on consecutive Saturdays in September at Chillicothe benefiting the North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance and the local activities that it supports.
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A fund raising dinner and program is September 6th at Goodtime Charlie's west of Chillicothe that proceeds going for two different groups: “Share the Harvest deer processing program and the Tina Mapel memorial dog park fund.

Promoters are calling it a “roast” of Livingston County Commissioner Todd Rodenberg in honor of his 65th birthday. Tickets cost 25 dollars, and may be purchased from the sportsman's alliance board of directors, the Dave and Diana Mapel family, also at Chillicothe HyVee customer service, and Roger's Pawn and Gun shop—all in Chillicothe. There will be several speakers with responses by Rodenberg to each one. Darren Lauhoff will be emcee. Jeff Frampton will prepare the meal.

The Sportsman's Alliance sponsors the fall outdoor fun day September 13th at the Livingston county fairgrounds northwest of Chillicothe. Admission is free of charge.

Classes and clinics are planned on hunting and fishing topics. There also will be supervised trap shooting and archery shooting for younger members of families.

The first 300 students (18 and under) also receive a free fishing lure upon registering.
Other events include Jeff Frampton's fish fry from 11 to 1 o'clock at a cost of eight dollars for all you can eat. Professional bass fisherman Roy Roper will provide tips on how to catch a variety of fish species. Vendors also will be there September 13th.

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