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Newsletter Excerpts
From the January 2018 Edition

Presidentís Message

Happy New Year everyone!

I was so looking forward to a nice brown Christmas, but last week the landscape changed to white. I donít mind 6 inches of snow but my thermometer read -24 degrees this morning. Iím beginning to understand why some of my friends are snowbirds.

Green grass and Convention will be here before we know it. Craig and Linda Fiedler are the 2018 Convention chairmen. The January newsletter has all the convention forms you need to attend Convention and order your Commemorative. If you sit down with your newsletter when you get it, fill out the forms and put them in the mail, you will be ready for June 8th.

I look forward to seeing everyone in Fargo

Happy Trails,

Gail Yuly


Flying Pheasant Trays

By Todd A. Hanson


I think I have as a complete of a list as I can get of the flying pheasant trays.

North Dakota: Beach, Belfield (Gateway to the Badlands), Bismarck, Bowbells, Bowman, Carrington, Drake, Drayton, Fargo, Garrison, Grand Forks, Hazen, Kenmare, Neche, Mandan, Minot, New England, Par-shall, Rugby, Sentinel Butte, Turtle Lake, Valley City, Washburn, and Wahpeton.

Other North Dakota: Badlands, Medora; Cedar Canyon, Badlands, Painted Canyon, Ann Deen Shop, Devils Lake; Mann's, Devils Lake; Henry's Dry Goods, Neche; Oil Center, Williston; Red Willow Resort; Schilla's Dickinson; Maytag Electric, Williston, and Kenny's Jamestown.

South Dakota: Aberdeen, Bristol, Bowdle, Canistota, Clark, DeSmet, Flandreau, Game Lodge, Huron, Madison, Mo-bridge, Onida, Parkston, Plattte, Redfield, Wessington Springs, Woonsocket, and Yankton.

Other South Dakota: Black Hills, Marshall Wells, Outlaw, Winner, and South Dakota.

Others: Idaho: Wallace, Coueur d'Alene, and Moscow. Kansas: Plainville, and Wakeeney. Montana: Maytag Electric, Glasglow; Cutbank, and Glacier National Park. Alaska: Palmer Connecticut.

Here is a list of 28 states: These were the only ones made of the individual states and there are two sizes of the 48 contiguous states.

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mis-sissippi, Missouri, Montana, New York, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.


Facebook Anyone??

By Deanna Reynolds

Just a reminder for those people who happen to have a Facebook account, check out the North Dakota Pot-tery page. When I looked today (12/24 at 12:28 MST), there are 205 members. Many wonderful pictures are shared here of peopleís collections and "favorite" pieces. This is another place to post questions and reach an-other group of people who share an interest in North Dakota Pottery.


Click here for more information about the 2018 CONVENTION


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