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Save Kemptville College Rally

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Save Kemptville College Rally

Time: April 27, 2014 from 12am to 1pm
Location: North Grenville Municipal Centre
Street: 285 Leeds and Grenville 44
City/Town: Kemptville, ON
Event Type: rally
Organized By: Kemptville College Alumni
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2014

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What: Save Kemptville College Rally

When: Sunday April 27 at 12 noon

Where: Northern Grenville Municipal Centre, 285 County Road 44

Info: Farmers in Eastern Ontario are planning to gather this Sunday to show their support for Kemptville College. The event is being organized by alumni. Organizers are expecting about 1000 people to be in attendance.

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