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DFW Chapter Meeting7/27/2017201701
Michigan AFCOM Chapter Meeting8/1/2017170801MI
Wisconsin Chapter August Meeting - CANCELLED8/2/2017WIS080217
South Texas Chapter Meeting 08/09/20178/9/2017170809TXSO
Wisconsin Golf Outing - End User Registration8/11/2017WIS081117
Wisconsin Golf Outing - Vendor Registration8/11/2017WIS081117B

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