EAST GULL LAKE - The annual Camp Confidence Fall Auction will take place Sept. 19. Items will be available for walk-through viewing at 9 a.m. with the auction starting at 10 a.m.
Among the auction items included are antiques, automobiles, furniture, household goods, lawn mowers, playground items, saws, sporting goods, snowmobiles, tools, toys, tractors, trucks, etc.
Auctioneers Dave Schubert and Brad Frisk donate their time to this cause. Concessions are provided by the Brainerd Lakes Area Women of Today.
Confidence Learning Center is a registered nonprofit 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All proceeds will be used to support programs for persons of all ages with developmental disabilities and to provide opportunities with the deaf and hard of hearing community with language and cultural expansion, education and support.
Cuyuna Range Women's Club meeting Monday
CROSBY - The first meeting of the year for the Cuyuna Range Women's Club is scheduled at 1 p.m. Monday at the Jessie F. Hallett Memorial Library in Crosby.
The officers for the new year will include Myrna Nelson, president; Sally Mann, first vice president; Betty Brager, second vice president; Norma Spurgin, secretary; and Beverley Norlander, treasurer.
Following a brief business meeting, Pat and Jillian Rinde from the Heartland Performing Arts Center in Ironton will demonstrate Irish step dancing.
The program will be given by Alice Johnson, of Alice's Antiques in Crosby, who will speak about her years of experience in the antique business. She also has agreed to look at any old or interesting antiques that those present choose to bring to the meeting. There will be a nominal charge for appraisals.
Refreshments will be served by Carol Haverland, Nancy LaTourneau, Elsa Ray and Pat Sylvester.
Deadline for either-sex deer permit application is Thursday
Minnesota hunters who hope to harvest an antlerless deer this fall will want to review 2009 regulations before Thursday, the deadline to apply for an antlerless permit.
Over-the-counter antlerless permits have been cut back significantly this hunting season, especially in portions of northern and southwestern Minnesota. This means many hunters who typically have not had to apply for an antlerless permit will need to do so this hunting season.
The other significant change is that muzzleloader hunters must apply for an either-sex permit if they want to harvest an antlerless deer in a lottery area. Unlike previous years, there is no exemption for a person who only hunts the muzzleloader season.
Hunters who choose to hunt in a lottery area and want the option of taking an antlerless deer must decide Thursday if they will hunt with a regular firearm or muzzleloader, stipulating that choice on the lottery application. If selected in the lottery, the permit will be valid only for the season the hunter specified on the application. Hunters who are not selected only may harvest a buck in lottery areas during the regular firearms and muzzleloader seasons.
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