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Chatham-Kent-Essex CFA: MPAC Information Night

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Chatham-Kent-Essex CFA: MPAC Information Night

Time: December 2, 2019 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Maple City Baptist Church
Street: 500 Indian Creek Road West
City/Town: Chatham-Kent—Essex, Ontario,
Website or Map: https://christianfarmers.org/…
Phone: 519-682-1057
Event Type: information, night
Organized By: Christian Farmers Association
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2019

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The Chatham-Kent-Essex Christian Farmers Association is hosting a free MPAC Information Night. All are welcome. Join us for fellowship, homemade pies and some great information!

Guest Speakers

Brenda Slater & Tracy Pringle

RSVP
Please call a CKE District Board Member to rsvp:

Jacques Tetreault, 519-682-1057
Randy Nauta, 519-676-5304
Michael Dodman, 519-676-9499
Nick Sikkema, 519-676-2278
Gus Ternoey, 519-784-0119

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