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CITR Retreat Registration Ends Soon!

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Heads up! Registration for CITR Retreat 2011 closes Monday, August 22, 2011, at midnight. There’s been a lot of registration activity lately as last-minute plans come together, with cancellations and new registrations coming in practically on top of each other. We are nearly full, but we do still have a few spaces left. We must close registration in order to finalize class schedules.

If you’re still thinking about joining the fun, register this week! It’s gonna be a blast–and it’s going fast!

And don’t forget the Party on the Farm right here at Stringtown Rising! (This is a FREE event, but you must sign up. Go here to sign up!)

Chickens in the Road Retreat 2011

A Hands-On Experience in the West Virginia Mountains, September 2nd & 3rd at Camp Sheppard, located in Roane County, West Virginia.

2011 Party on the Farm follows on September 4th at Stringtown Rising Farm.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 15, 2011  

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