1st Annual Lost Lizard Poker Run

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1st Annual Lost Lizard Poker Run

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Saturday December 3rd.

See the flyer in the ASA newsletter on page 27... 8)

http://www.americansandassociation.org/ ... letter.pdf
Nothing is achieved without effort --- the fundamental force that brings success...:)

ARE YOU AWAKE YET???
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Jim, Did you lose your lizard?
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Sand Commander wrote:Jim, Did you lose your lizard?
Nope, but if I do, I know where to look... :lol:
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Heading out this weekend to do the poker run and win all the prizes 8) . Have three other people in the buggy that might win also. Should be a good time. See ya there.
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