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Peel SCIA AGM

Time: January 30, 2013 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Brampton Fairgrounds
Street: 12942 Heart Lake Road (between Old School & Mayfield Roads)
City/Town: Caledon
Website or Map: http://www.ghscia.com/coming-…
Event Type: agm
Organized By: Peel SCIA
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2013

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Event Description

FEATURED SPEAKERS

  • Adam Hayes, OMAFRA on “Cover Crops”
  • Dave Reid, Lynn Bishop and Karen Hutchinson, ALUS (Alternative Land Use Services)
MEETING NOTICE
Downloadable meeting flyer PDF available at www.ghscia.com/coming-events
COST
  • Lunch - $15
  • Membership - $30
RSVP
Deadline: January 25, 2013
FOR RSVP & INFORMATION
  • Abbie Brander at abbiebrander@yahoo.ca
  • Ed Russell at 905-843-2076
All welcome
UNABLE TO ATTEND
If you are unavailable to attend members may send their $30 membership renewal to Abbie Brander, 1318 17th sideroad Moffat, ON L0P 1J0. Cheque should be made payable to "Peel Soil and Crop Improvement Association".

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