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Gull Lake Oilmen’s Curling Bonspiel February 2019

The Gull Lake Oilmen’s is a non-profit group of like-minded individuals who like to have a bit of fun, raise money, and donate the funds to struggling individuals and service groups. Over the years many, many people have been helped; please help us continue this tradition.

Currently, we are planning for the curling bonspiel that will be held February 22 & 23, 2019. By donating to the Gull Lake Oilmen you will help worthy causes and promote your business to a large group of people who work in the oilfield. (All donors will be recognized, so please include a business card with the donation.) Drop off any cash or prizes at Southern Pressure Testers, 5667 Kings Avenue, Gull Lake, SK. Mail any cash or prizes to Gull Lake Oilmen, Box 26, Gull Lake, SK, S0N 1A0. For pick-ups, call me at 306-672-7692 or email danmcphee@sasktel.net. Please have the donations in by February 15 to help the prize committee get organized. Make cheques payable to the Gull Lake Oilmen.

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