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all-day No July Meeting @ Nowhere
No July Meeting @ Nowhere
Jul 4 all-day
It is the 4th of July, so NO meeting.
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8:00 am Edgefield Cruise-In on the Square @ Sprint (formerly Greg's Gas +)
Edgefield Cruise-In on the Square @ Sprint (formerly Greg's Gas +)
Jul 20 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Where: Sprint/Greg’s Gas Plus at 1295 W Martintown Rd, North Augusta, SC (just north of I-20 off Exit 1) – map We could plan to leave from exit 1 in North Augusta around 8:30 and[...]

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