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Haldimand SCIA Spring Shop Meeting

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Haldimand SCIA Spring Shop Meeting

Time: March 29, 2011 from 7pm to 9:30pm
Location: Grand River Planter Parts, Tom & Brenda Snyder
Street: 1863 Haldimand Road 9
City/Town: Caledonia
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Phone: Dianne Booker at 905-899-3748
Event Type: education
Organized By: Haldimand SCIA
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2011

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TUES. MAR. 29 - Haldimand SCIA Spring Meeting at Grand River Planter Parts, Tom and Brenda Snyder, 1863 Haldimand Road 9, Caledon at 7 pm. Speakers on precision planting, fertilizer needs and the latest in GPS technology. All welcome. For information: Dianne Booker at 905-899-3748 or cwdibooker@gmail.com. 

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