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Whitetail Unlimited held its banquet in April at Hungry Bear in Bemidji. The banquet was very successful, and as part of its pledge to keep 50 percent of profits in the local community, the group gave a $500 donation to the Beltrami County 4-H shooting program. The funds were spent for the purchase of shooting stands for the program. The stands will be used when the contestants compete at the state and national levels. From left are Whitetail Unlimited members Aaron Petersen and Kim Petersen, Beltrami Co...

Whitetail Unlimited donates to 4-H shooting program

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Whitetail Unlimited held its banquet in April at Hungry Bear in Bemidji.

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