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Thanks to those that helped with the swap

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    Default Thanks to those that helped with the swap

    On behalf of the MMMC directors, I would like to thank those that helped yesterday with the swap. It was another huge success and without your help we couldn't have pulled it off.

    I'd especially like to thank Tim (skuttduck) for his expertise at the admissions desk. Jackie (Handlevandal) (and your friend...name escapes me:embarrased for helping with new memberships. Dawna (Taziam10797) for helping with admissions and reef stew sales. And also Ryan (Ryeguy2 for your help with the raffle.
    Last edited by jimsflies; 02-02-2010 at 09:09 PM.

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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    west of lansing


    i had to leave early that stunk big time

    click there ^^^^^^^^^
    [quote name='flying high' date='June 2006, 01:06 AM']We are all victims of our own gene pool. Im sry someone pee'd in urs[/quote]
    like to glue animals to rocks and put disturbing amounts of electricity and saltwater next to each other!

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    Bummer...glad you could make it and help!

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