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5TH ANNUAL UAW/JCI TOURNEY A HUGE SUCCESS!!!!!


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on October 28, 2003 at 20:11:17

THE 5TH ANNUAL U.A.W.#996/JOHNSON CONTROLS PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT WAS HELD OCTOBER 25TH AT GREAT LAKES PAINTBALL IN BELLEVUE, OHIO. THE TOURNAMENT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS. WE WISH TO THANK EVERYONE WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE. JOHNSON CONTROLS IN OBERLIN,OHIO,U.A.W #996,GREAT LAKES PAINTBALL AND THE COLVIN FAMILY, JOE WEST AND J&J PERFORMANCE, PAUL BARTISH AND SARGES PAINTBALL IN OBERLIN, OHIO,1ST PLACE AWARDS IN CLYDE, OHIO. LAST BUT NOT LEAST THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT TO PLAY, WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL AGAIN NEXT YEAR.

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