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Tracy S

I understand the 2020 IPS Biennial will be held in Reunion Island. Do we have firm dates yet? When will the travel details be available?

 

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mike in kurtistown

In our latest online directors' meeting 10 days ago, some of the principles involved in the planning were trying to meet over details. The word is that they are a few weeks away from finalizing the budget.

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Tracy S

Mike, 

Thanks for the update. We will look forward to the details as they become available.

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Jeff Searle
On ‎4‎/‎6‎/‎2019 at 8:28 PM, Tracy S said:

I understand the 2020 IPS Biennial will be held in Reunion Island. Do we have firm dates yet? When will the travel details be available?

 

My God Tracy, Reunion Islands and Cuba later this year? Must be nice. LOl

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Tracy S

It's like I'm living in a dream. Palms everywhere I go. And I'm going everywhere!

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SW_FL_Palms

Last week of May 2020

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Tracy S

Excellent. Thanks for the update.

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