Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec

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    19 Nov 2016 19:02 - 09 Dec 2016 19:37#1 by Howard R
    Howard R created the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    They're doing it again, even bigger this time! If you are able to volunteer for the show, please send an e-mail to


    Dundalk Gun Show
    Grand Lodge of the Odd Fellows
    7721 Old Battle Grove Rd.
    Dundalk, MD
    Saturday 10 December, Sunday 11 December

    Show Open to the Public
    Saturday - 9:00 am to 4:00 PM
    Sunday - 9:00 am to 3:00 PM

    Saturday, 10 Dec
    08:30 - 12:30
    1. DontTreadOnMe
    2. Biggfoot44
    3.

    12:30 - 4:00
    1. Biggfoot44
    2. Gryphon
    3.

    Sunday, 11 Dec
    09:00 - 12:00
    1. DC-W
    2. Howard R
    3. chesapeakeIRON
    4. S&Wgirl06

    12:00 - 3:30
    1. DC-W
    2. Howard R
    3. Juan Schoemaker

    PS: if you've never done a show before, check out this:
    www.marylandshallissue.org/jmain/media/k...903/showprimer-2.pdf
    Last Edit: 09 Dec 2016 19:37 by Howard R.

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    30 Nov 2016 16:38#2 by donttreadonme
    donttreadonme replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    I sent an email volunteering for the Saturday morning shift, but haven't received a reply. Any update?

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    30 Nov 2016 18:53#3 by MXRider
    MXRider replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec

    donttreadonme wrote: I sent an email volunteering for the Saturday morning shift, but haven't received a reply. Any update?


    Got the email, just been swamped.....I'll fix that other issue too :)

    Bill

    MSI Treasurer

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    02 Dec 2016 11:17 - 02 Dec 2016 11:17#4 by DC-W
    DC-W replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    I'm planning to be there all day Sunday. Should be fun!
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    04 Dec 2016 21:56#5 by Howard R
    Howard R replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    I have a bit of a schedule conflict for Saturday, setup is taken care of but I would like to see at least one more "experienced" volunteer for each shift on Saturday so if any of you "veterans" are available please let us know.

    Thanks!

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    08 Dec 2016 00:44#6 by Howard R
    Howard R replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    The list is filling in nicely, a big thank you to all who volunteered to help out.

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    09 Dec 2016 20:05#7 by DC-W
    DC-W replied the topic: Gun show! Volunteers needed, Dundalk, 10-11 Dec
    Booth is ready to go!

    We're right next to the MSRPA

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