Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show

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    27 Jan 2016 16:18 - 04 Feb 2016 17:08#1 by dblas
    dblas created the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show
    Howard County Gun Show
    Howard County Fairgrounds
    Saturday February 6 and Sunday February 7.
    Exit 80 Off I-70 Friendship, MD

    Show Open to the Public
    Saturday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Sunday - 9:00 am to 3:00 pm


    Please send an e-mail to me to verify if you are able to volunteer at

    Sat Feb 6
    0800 - 1200
    1. deMontjoie (John Mountjoy)
    2. ShafTed (Howard Rhinehart)
    3. Eddie Nowacki
    1200 - 1700
    1. deMontjoie (John Mountjoy)
    2. Robert Small
    3. James Hamilton

    Sun Feb 7
    0900 - 1200
    1. DC-W (Danny Carlin-Weber)
    2. Keystone70 (Roy Leierzpaf)
    3.
    4.
    1200 - 1500
    1. DC-W (Danny Carlin-Weber)
    2. ShafTed (Howard Rhinehart)
    3.
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    30 Jan 2016 16:19#2 by deMontjoie
    deMontjoie replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show
    Dan ---

    I can be there all-day on Saturday.

    deMontjoie ( John Mountjoy )

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    30 Jan 2016 18:28#3 by dblas
    dblas replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show

    deMontjoie wrote: Dan ---

    I can be there all-day on Saturday.

    deMontjoie ( John Mountjoy )


    Done,

    Thanks John.

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    03 Feb 2016 09:39#4 by dblas
    dblas replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show
    Updated.

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    03 Feb 2016 16:20#5 by 6Pack
    6Pack replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show
    Okay, Bad Husband alert: I just realized my 15th wedding anniversary is this Saturday. :banghead: It looks like we are covered for Saturday afternoon, so I'm going to back out if that's okay.

    MSI Board of Director member
    NRA Certified Instructor: Pistol, Rifle
    CCW: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah

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    03 Feb 2016 18:06#6 by MXRider
    MXRider replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for February Howard County Gun Show

    6Pack wrote: Okay, Bad Husband alert: I just realized my 15th wedding anniversary is this Saturday. :banghead: It looks like we are covered for Saturday afternoon, so I'm going to back out if that's okay.


    DOH!

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