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Dec 13: General Meeting - Indoor Fun Fly
Jan 01: Art Cey "Bring in the New Year on Skis" event
Jan 10: General Meeting / Indoor Fun Fly
Feb 14: General Meeting / Indoor Fun Fly
Mar 14: General Meeting / Indoor Fun Fly
Apr 11: General Meeting / Indoor Fun Fly
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