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  1. #1
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    Default BBQ for r troops

    When things get a little slow on our forum I start surfing around.I found this site,with Veterans Day Tuesday I thought it might be of interest to you.If the anyone is interested I would be willing to donate to help defray some of the costs involved.I think that they get most things donated .Not only is it a very worthwhile cause but I think it could be very good exposure for the forum or a catering co. as I am sure these events make it into the papers and news.
    I have neither the expertise nor the equipment to pull something like this off but I think I might see if I could help in some way.
    Fraternally yours, Smoke Brothers Always!


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    Paul

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    Great idea! A fun way to express our gratitude for our troops serving our country.
    ~Mike~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    Great idea! A fun way to express our gratitude for our troops serving our country.
    Lots better than getting spit on by the hari krishnas in the San Francisco airport.

    I bbqed for a veteran today. Turkey on the drum! Delish!!!!!

    to all my fellow vets of all wars!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabinetmaker View Post
    Lots better than getting spit on by the hari krishnas in the San Francisco airport.

    I bbqed for a veteran today. Turkey on the drum! Delish!!!!!

    to all my fellow vets of all wars!
    Thank You Curt for your service to us all!!
    My Father was a WWII veteran and my brother flew c141 in the Air Force.
    Paul

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