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I'm posting this in the main discussion forum to reach the broadest audience:


Registrations are coming in at a rapid clip for the Pre-Tour, Biennial, and Post-Tour.  Don't miss out!

October 2015 IPS Newsletter

Description and pricing, link to Registration page

Anyone wishing to add information, photos, other discussion, please feel welcome. 

Be aware this topic will eventually be moved to the Biennial section of the forum.

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I am sorry but on the newsletter I can read that : …Registration for IPS 2015 Biennial in Sarawak…..is now open.  OMG; which day is today?


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