Leader of the pack...

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mickeyduck
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Leader of the pack...

Post by mickeyduck »

If you are not aware of an Area Coordinator in your neck of the woods, or if nothing much seems to have been happening of late, take a look here http://mr2.org.nz/the-club/clubcontacts.html and hit them up for some action.

Or maybe if you're a paid-up member you'd be up for organising something yourself, even just a oncer?

I gotta say of the various things I do for this club nothing puts a smile on my dial quite like leading a run and having fun with all them good folk (we share many a joke). :D Brilliant fun - thanks to all who come. :mrgreen:

So if you're interested in an AC role or as a paid-up member you want to organise an event, read up on the rules and go for it.

Cheers! 8)

http://mr2.org.nz/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=5304

http://mr2.org.nz/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=7967
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