Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan stops at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, January 17th

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Join Dick Bremer, Jake Cave, Tyler Austin, Thad Levine, Kent Hrbek and TC Bear along with KWNG 106FM, Thursday, January 17th from 5:30 to 7pm at Treasure Island Resort & Casino as the Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan stops for an, open to the public, stop at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, in Welch, MN.

The MN Twins will also make two private stops to meet the children of Wabasha-Kellogg Schools and Red Wing’s Twin Bluff Middle School prior to stopping at Treasure Island Resort *& Casino later in the evening, January 17th. (Please note for the security of the students, the stops at schools are private and are unavailable to the public. The stop at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, however, is open to the public.)

We look forward to seeing you with the Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan and KWNG 106FM, January 17th at Treasure Island Resort & Casino.

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