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Tarheel Racing Pigeon Club to hold Young Bird Auction

The Tarheel Racing Pigeon Club will hold its Young Bird Auction at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 17 at the clubhouse, 1002 N. Church St., Salisbury.
It is an open auction ó anyone is welcome to bid on the birds, which go on display at 1 p.m.
Food and drinks will be served.
All birds purchased at the auction will be eligible for the Young Bird Auction Race, a 200-mile race held during the young bird season.
Members of the Tarheel Racing Pigeon Club include Jeff Caster, Rick Smith, Bill Songer, Warren Werbeck, Benja Burr, Becky Mishak, Grady Overcash, Joe Erado, Cliff Lopp, George Diroma, Kent Mishak, Mike Bride and Bud Sprinkle
For more information, contact Caster at 704-639-9066, Smith at 336-853-6432, Songer at 336-945-2615, Werbeck at 336-940-2346 or Burr at 910-995-8199.

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