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Jack Wada’s 59th Birthday Game group shot!

Great photo of our Southern Cal Stock Group from the last game (oct 12th) at Jungle Island Paintball Park. Slowly working on the video, hopefully have it done this week.

Jack Wada's 59th Birthday group photo. Photo courtesy Jack Wada.
Jack Wada’s 59th Birthday group photo. Photo courtesy Jack Wada.

And Sonny writes about the players pictured:
“Kamakazie Shooter, Earon Carter, Blowfish Paintball, Broken Arrow, Hitman, Hawaii X-Men, Mafia, Bacci paintball, GBD and Dirtbags Pump Team all present and playing a very special Game for Jack Wada 50th B-day !! Awesome Day !!”

Upcoming game will be Saturday, November 2nd at Jungle Island again.
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/west-coast/244268-pump-stick-feed-stock-class-game-jungle-island-saturday-11-02-13-a.html

And find the facebook event at:
https://www.facebook.com/events/530995336994356/

And Find this post on facebook at:
https://www.facebook.com/baccipaintball/posts/523292594431387

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