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    dejavu - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Brian
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    February 1st: Member Tank Presentations: Brian W., Lon and Aaron

    Mon 7pm-9pm At Calvin Christian Elementary School , in the Library.
    Located at: 601 36th St SW Wyoming , MI 49509 .


    Topic of Meeting:
    -Tank Talk
    -Sand Swap: What is this ? This is where you have a chance to bring in a cup of sand to increase your bio-diversity of your sand bed. Bring in a cup of sand in a container that you can add sand back into, we’ll mix all the sand together and you’ll get a cup back. Please be sure that your tank is disease or pest free, we don’t want to spread it.
    -Refactometer Calibration Solution: Bring in a container that will hold a liquid and get some calibration solution FREE!
    -Hanna- Bring in your water sample and get your phosphate checked for $0.50 per test

    -Give away (will be announced at the meeting)

    -Please bring any library book back
    -Auction
    Bring your frags or equipment in to sell. 70%/30% slit.
    Last edited by dejavu; 01-27-2010 at 08:40 PM.

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