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April 16, 2014

Rick Bramwell: Improving weather should aid morels


On April 26, at Lucas Oil plan to attend the NRA's Stand and Fight Rally at 7 p.m., including recording artists Sara Evans and Alabama, plus Lt. Col. Oliver North and former governor Sarah Palin.

Check the website to get tickets or learn about the National NRA Foundation Banquet & Auction and a Prayer Breakfast.

On April 24, the Indiana Gun Club (14926 E. 113th St., Fortville) is hosting the second annual Governor's Shoot, Fellowship & Sporting Clays.

Registration, with continental breakfast, begins at 8:30 a.m. followed by a clinic with world champion Bob Self. The shoot begins at 10 a.m.

The Governor's Cookout & Awards Ceremony will follow the sporting clays at 1 p.m. Cost for a four-person squad is $750, individuals may shoot for $250. Ammo is provided, and if you need a gun they will loan you one.

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