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Association Dues Deadline Soon Approaching for the Mason County Livestock and Wildlife Protection As
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 • Posted March 16, 2011

The Association mailed out membership renewal and dues forms to all landowners of 40 acres or more in February. All members paying dues by April 1 will be eligible for a drawing for a Judge Pistol.

We ask for your continued support to make this a successful joint effort between the Association, property owners, and all who enjoy this beautiful Hill Country refuge that Mason County has to offer.

The Association will pay $150 for adult coyotes, $50 for adult bobcats for animals taken on members land. The Association has already paid out over $20,000 in the first two months of 2011. Bounties were paid on 360 coyotes in 2010. The Mason County Livestock and Wildlife Protection Association has been very successful, but its fate rests in the hands of the landowners. The dues YOU pay will insure the success of your association.

Please join your friends and encourage your neighbors to support the predator association. Dues applications may be picked up at the local feed stores. Contact Charles Loeffler, Chad Lemke, Curtis Schulze, or Bonnie Schmidt for more information.

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