Quick Update


I promise not to update about the retreat every other day, but since registrations are coming in so quickly, I want to give you a heads up if you are thinking about it. In just two days, eight months in advance, we have already filled 25 percent of the spaces available for CITR Retreat 2012. (And that’s with an increased attendee limit from last year!) Spots are disappearing, and when they’re gone, they’re gone, we cannot add more. The retreat is an all-inclusive package which includes accommodations (four nights), all meals, six 3-hour workshops, supplies, giveaways, your take-home creations, some truly awesome entertainment, and lots of fun activities plus the Party on the Farm. If you’re interested in attending Retreat 2012, get all the details here and sign up. Before it’s too late!

We can’t wait to see you!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 5, 2012  

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  1. 1-5

    :snoopy: Oh my goodness~off the computer 2days and I get leftovers! Good thing I love leftovers!! Don’t talk to me-I’m studying! Tooooo many wonderful choices!!! Yeah!!!!! What a job you’ve done Suzanne and team!!!-rain :woof:

  2. 1-5

    I’ve been thinking about attending for a couple of years but this year I am going to make it happen. Thanks for putting this info up so early, Suzanne. I just registered and AM SO EXCITED! Can’t wait to meet you and the kids (both kinds) and the instructors and the other campers :)

  3. 1-5

    Wow that’s wonderful! Again…I wish we lived closer!

  4. 1-6

    I’ve got to wait a few more weeks till we find out where we are being based (husband is in the Air Force) and as long as it’s not over seas I an gonna be there!

  5. 1-6

    Woohoo!! I’m coming!!! Doing something for just me for a change. How exciting!

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