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Haiby is Legion fundraiser winner

Kaytlin Haiby had a big smile and gave an equally big "thank you"to her parents for purchasing the new 22 caliber rifle with the pink stock donated by Loren and Donita Tisland at the Blackduck Legion dinner and auction on February 11. Kaytlin was...

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Kaytlin Haiby had a big smile and gave an equally big "thank you"to her parents for purchasing the new 22 caliber rifle with the pink stock donated by Loren and Donita Tisland at the Blackduck Legion dinner and auction on February 11. Kaytlin was one of the two happy youngsters whose parents purchased 22 caliber rifles both of which were donated by the Tislands. These two items were but a few of the many items donated for the auction and with the packed house everyone was having a good time bidding on the silent auction items during and after Jerry Noon's baked chicken dinner. Tammy Tisland, North Star Auctions, closed off the silent auction by giving the bidders a few minutes to make a last bid and then opened the live auction. Tammy kept the audience involved and actively bidding with her humorous and tenacious skills of coaxing top dollar for all items. Overall the dinner and auction were a huge success and gave the Legion a much needed financial boost.

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