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2012 Kentucky, Fall, E. Ky. Bull Elk Tag Up For Grabs!


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#16 Leo

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Posted 07 May 2012 - 04:25 PM

Leo took me a second to realize that wasn't you that won. LOL I'm apparently braindead this morning. LOL


LOL! I knew it would probably confuse someone.
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 06:43 PM

Leo, as I age I really realize just how important sleep is. When I was in my early 20's I could party all night and work a 12 hr day on an hour of sleep. As I neared 30, It got harder and harder, Now at 31 if I don't get atleast 6hrs, I AM USELESS...... Which means I'm normally useless because I get about 6 hrs of bed time, and normally 5 of actual sleep....... My wife likes to kick and toss and turn in her sleep. LOL
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 06:39 AM

Financial Report 2012 Special Commission Bull Elk Tag fundraiser.




The N. Ky. Chapter #481 Quail Unlimited would like to thank all of those that participated in our fundraiser. We could not do what we do without your support.


N.KY QUAIL UNLIMITED CHAPTER #481
2012 Bull Elk Special Commission Permit Fundraiser
FINANCIAL REPORT

Gross Revenue $20,000.00

Expenses
Advertisement $532.00
Postage, Printing, Supplies $884.09

Net Income $18,583.91

Projects Funded:

1. Purchase of one tow behind wick applicator for weed control and trailer. To be stored at Lloyd WMA and administered by Clay Smitson (KDFWR Biologist) for use in wildlife habitat projects. $4,495.00

2. Sending youths to Camp Webb - $1,800.00

3. Seed distribution - $9,488.91


4. Jakes/Covey Day Event $2,800.00


Total Project costs - $18,583.91





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