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Daily Leader Invites Former Redskins to Burial Grounds
05/02/2009

Reskins at Great Bend tonight

The High Plains Daily Leader is inviting former Redskin football and track athletes to Redskin Field for a picture Monday. There will be a reunion photo shoot at 3 pm. Excavation of the sod and track are scheduled to start Sunday and may be complete by Monday for new running lanes and installation of field turf. The paper is inviting former Redskins to bring a written memory of Redskin Field to stadium Monday at 3 pm.

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