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    Default April Meeting

    The topic for the April meeting will be water. We will have refractometers there to help in calibration and various other things. The meeting will be at the lincoln township library @ 7pm on Monday April 11th.

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    I have a large purple tipped Frogspawn that is free to anybody in the club. My trigger is nipping at it so it needs to go. I can bring it to the meeting or you can stop by and pick it up.

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    Lets all bring a sample of tank water, and a sample of mix water with salt, so we can find out more about what the differences for the different kinds of salt we are using.

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    Sounds like an interesting topic. Maybe I'll be off that night.

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    Dude! Ask for that night off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    Dude! Ask for that night off.
    I wish, but I don't want to risk losing a day of work. I kind of need the money so I try to avoid asking off.

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    Meeting is one week from yesterday! Who's planning on coming? Remember to bring a water sample and your hydrometer to make sure it's calibrated correctly. Hope to see you all there!

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    Default April meeting.

    Looking forward to the April meeting. Have to remember to bring everything. Hopefully I can get some pictures to turn out nicely.

    Joel

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    We have added a Phosphate Colorimeter and Alk Colorimeter to the arsenal of testing supplies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCoral View Post
    We have added a Phosphate Colorimeter and Alk Colorimeter to the arsenal of testing supplies.
    I have a TDS meter too should I bring it?

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