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Second Saturday Meet, Greet & Eat - September 2010

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Hidden : Saturday, September 11, 2010
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This gathering is September 11, 2010 at the Perkins Restaurant in Marshall, MN. Perkins is located at 908 East Main Street in Marshall.

This event will start at 8:00 AM and end at 10:00 AM. This meeting is casual and informal. It is suitable for both adults and children. The goal is to discuss Geocaching and/or anything else that we feel like talking about.

Please make a “Will Attend” log entry in advance if you plan to attend and tell us how many are in your party so we can get a head count. Don’t forget to make an “Attended” log entry afterwards as this counts as a find.

If you are new to Geocaching please come and ask questions. If you are a veteran please come and share your experiences.

This will be a recurring event happening each month on the second Saturday of the month. The location of this event will change from month to month. Please check the page for each event to see where it will be held.

The October Second Saturday Meet, Greet and Eat will be held at Newton Hills State Park near Canton, SD on October 9, 2010. Please stay tuned for more details.


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24 Logged Visits

Write note 5     Archive 1     Will Attend 7     Attended 10     Publish Listing 1     

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