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Club Fish Fry


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By Shannon - Posted on 01 June 2011

The Tenn-Tom club is planning a fish fry for Friday evening before the club tournament. We need to know who plans on coming so we can prepare enough food. Please email/call/post a comment letting us know who will be there.

Thanks.

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Is ther any left over? Next time I'll get down in time for some food and the fishing!

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Me +3, Christi, Caleb, and Chloe. By the way Ray, I have proven I can be late to parties at my own house.

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Charlie and I will be there. Heck it is at my house so I guess I will not be late.

Ray

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I will be there. By myself.

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