- Gary, I signed up a couple of weeks ago for the Sunday class. I ve been out for a few weeks and I m just starting to feel better. I think we have a meetingMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2007View SourceGary,I signed up a couple of weeks ago for the Sunday class.I've been out for a few weeks and I'm just starting to feel better. I think we have a meeting tonight in Oxford.Talk to you later.Blake----- Original Message -----From: G KomarowskySent: Thursday, September 27, 2007 11:52 AMSubject: [valleyphotoclub] FYI Nikon School is coming to Southbury, CT!þ
Nikon School is coming to Southbury, CT!þ
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