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Contact John Broughton (johnbroughton @ comcast.net ) for further information regarding the club or this website, or Rick Massell (rickm @ sonic.net) for information regarding the club’s programs.
Our next meeting: Saturday, November 16th, 1 to 3 p.m.
There are no more fourth-Thursday meetings for the club in 2019, but we’ll be meeting at the Windsor Round Table Pizza restaurant on November 16th for our annual business/general meeting. The purpose of the meeting is discuss what we want to do in 2020.