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Anthony Calfo & Mega-Raffle in Pittsburgh Sat. Dec. 2


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    Default Anthony Calfo & Mega-Raffle in Pittsburgh Sat. Dec. 2

    Anthony Calfo will be our guest speaker on Saturday, December 2nd. His presentation title is "Coral Farming for Profit". In addition to being a co-founder of PMASI, Anthony Calfo is the author of the "Book of Coral Propagation, Vol 1", a poster series covering marine plants, algae, fishes, corals, and invertebrates and co-author with Robert Fenner of "Invertebrates". Anthony is also the editor and a significant contributor to his own "C the Journal" magazine. Information about Anthony's publications can be found at www.readingtrees.com

    Anthony has become one of the most popular speakers in the aquarium hobby for good reason. His talks are always very informative and brilliantly entertaining. Don't miss out on Anthony's talk!

    We will be in the Washington-Westmoreland room for our meeting. If you come in the main doors, go past the registration desk, the Washington-Westmoreland room is on your right just past the Showroom. The meeting will begin at 6:00 PM.

    Also at this meeting will be the MEGA Raffle. We have a lot of great items that our sponsors have donated. This is a great fund raiser for the club. Also if you have any used equipment that is just taking up space, please consider bringing it or coral frags to the meeting and donating it to the raffle.

    Here are some of the items that will be in the mega-raffle:

    36" Current Outer Orbit Lighting (150 watt HQI MH + 2 x 96 watt PC

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    Sorry. I forgot to mention the meeting is held at the Radisson Inn in Monroeville.

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    WOW I wish I was closer.
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    WOW I'M ABOUT 115 MILES AWAY WISH I HADENT OF BLOWN ALL MY CASH THIS WEEK FOR MY TANK AND WHATNOT

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    I'll see you there

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    Sounds like it will be amazing!!! I really wish I could be there...


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    I sure wish you guys could be here also...
    George

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    Hey now - Don't rub it in!!! Okay, rub it in... a little! Take lots of pics for the rest of us! :D


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    If I can I will

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    Just a reminder for the meeting tomorrow.

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