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  • Rol Sharette
    Hello Colorado A Cappellans! This is great news! CASA, after much experimentation, has launched a new information service that provides you with news and ideas
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 6, 2008
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      Hello Colorado A Cappellans!
      This is great news! CASA, after much experimentation, has launched a new information service that provides you with news and ideas in the A Cappella World that you will likely find useful and interesting. I am very excited to introduce this to our Colorado a cappella singers and fans and I hope you will find it useful. Links below will take you directly to CASA items of interest, actually pages in www.casa.org, where you will find resources and casual information on the national and international scene and occasional notes from right here in Colorado. For the next few weeks I will forward this to our message board members at colorado-acappella@yahoogroups.com. By linking to CASA, you can eventually choose to receive your own handy digital newspaper from CASA itself. -- Rol Sharette

      This Week in A Cappella
      February 6th, 2008

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