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    Default meeting in Louisville KY@Frazier Museum

    I need to be in Louisville on 14-15 March peddling airgun pellets. I would plan on visiting the museum on the Thursday the 13th or the Sunday the 16th. The problem with Sunday is that the musuem does not open until noon and quite frankly that is not enough time for me to see all the exhibits in detail.

    But how many folks could come on Thursday as opposed to Sunday? lets see a show a show of hands for both days. PM or email me and to make this easy to count, put your name in this format or copy and past the appropiate response.

    Thursday -Yes Sunday No
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    Thursday Yes Sunday Yes
    or
    Thursday No Sunday Yes

    more info is here
    http://www.igraver.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2343
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    http://www.fraziermuseum.org/portal_visitor.asp

    I will also plan on bringing my copy of American Engravers to get the author to engrave it.
    Last edited by pilkguns; 02-24-2008 at 07:40 PM.
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    i would like to do that since i have never been to the frasier yet and i live right in town and worked for mr.frasier at one time.i can meet some of the people i have been listening to.i can go either day but would need to know in advance so i can take thursday off from work.donnatheeng

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    I can be there either day. PM sent for tracking purposes.

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    It looks I had my days mixed up, Saturday and Sunday were when I need to be in Louisville, so I will plan on being at the Museum on Friday morning March 14th, I will hope to be there at 8 when it opens, traffic permitting. Looks like it is Roger, Donna and me. Anybody else from KY, OH, or TN want to join us?
    Scott Pilkington
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    Bumpity bump
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