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    I talked to chris a lil about this at the swap about this. It would be cool to get some grows outs (back up frags) going with the members in the group. It's always nice to have some back up people just in case we end up losing a coral. I'm not sure how to go about this, but i already have some frags in mind. lmk what you guys think

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    cephalotus - Reefkeeper
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    Banking coral is a great idea, I would be interested in housing and depositing.

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    I am also unsure how to go about this......but sounds like a very good idea, as a club!

    Any ideas?

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    we can do possibly a A3RC PIF raffle as in we all donate some item of ours to PIF and they go in a raffle, whoever wins what gets the certain item to hold and let grow and at the next meet you do the same thing that way eventually there will be a few back ups going around within our group. we can allow that person to frag from it i am sure but as long as they keep enough to where in case one of our members tank crashes we can supply them with their original frag back or something??

    more details than this but its a start

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    ^ Very good start!

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    I would like to hear some more oppinions, I think this could be a great thang.

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    I guess we will have to put this on the agenda for a future meeting.

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