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Eat, Greet and Meet the Newlyweds!

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Hidden : Friday, December 10, 2010
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Join us to celebrate after we return from getting married during the Las Vegas Rock n Roll Marathon! In lieu of being able to have a true reception, we wanted to make sure and find a way to celebrate with all the special people in our lives....including our geocaching family!




Friday, December 10th, 2010
7:00 - 9:00pm
Byerly's Golden Valley
Community Room

5725 Duluth Street
Golden Valley, MN  55422

Come sign our Guest/Log book! 

There are a number of food choices available (and would we really go anywhere that doesn't have our favorite coffee shop? ;) This is a beautiful new Byerly's location so come grab some dinner with us or show up after dinner and we will be providing some treats.

We will also have a limited number of our special wedding pathtags available for trade.

Please log a "Will Attend" so we know how many treats we need to plan for :)

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Write note 17     Archive 1     Will Attend 30     Attended 34     Publish Listing 1     

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