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Episode 11: Thanks Mike

2012 Season
After 25 years with the OFAH, Mike Reader is stepping down and riding off into the sunset as a “retiree”.

This show has Mike M, Mike R and incoming Executive Director Angelo Lombardo walking behind some champion Pudel Pointers in search of Pheasants and Chukar Partridge at Pine Ridge hunting preserve.

They have a great day and reminisce over the awesome achievements Mike has accomplished during his tenure as Executive Director.

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