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Silicon Valley Aquarium Society Meeting This Saturday, Jan 5th



 
 
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Old January 4th 08, 10:26 PM posted to rec.aquaria.misc, rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants,rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc, alt.aquaria, rec.aquaria.freshwater.cichlids
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Default Silicon Valley Aquarium Society Meeting This Saturday, Jan 5th

Happy New Year!!! It's going to be a great year for our club. To kick
it off we have Chuck Rambo speaking about the "History of the Aquarium
Hobby". Chuck is a a long time member of our club and a past president
of the PCCA. As a long time hobbyist myself (40+ years) I remember how
differently fish were kept in the 60's and 70's than they are now. I
bet it was even more different before that. I hope to find out on
Saturday.

The meeting is at 7pm Saturday, January 5th at the Round Table Pizza
at 4400 Stevens Creek Boulevard in San Jose. See our web page at svas
dot info for maps and more information. Come early for social hour,
To order food, to enter in the Bowl Show, and to put items in the
auction.

The Board has changed its meeting time from the hour before the
meeting each month to the Sunday before the general meeting at the
same Round Table Pizza at 4pm. As always, all members are welcome and
encouraged to attend.

I hope all of you will brave the weather and come on Saturday!

Helen Holzgrafe
Publicity
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Old January 5th 08, 01:57 AM posted to rec.aquaria.misc, rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants,rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc, alt.aquaria, rec.aquaria.freshwater.cichlids
Tynk[_4_]
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Default Silicon Valley Aquarium Society Meeting This Saturday, Jan 5th

On Jan 4, 4:26*pm, wrote:
Happy New Year!!! It's going to be a great year for our club. To kick
it off we have Chuck Rambo speaking about the "History of the Aquarium
Hobby". Chuck is a a long time member of our club and a past president
of the PCCA. As a long time hobbyist myself (40+ years) I remember how
differently fish were kept in the 60's and 70's than they are now. I
bet it was even more different before that. I hope to find out on
Saturday.

The meeting is at 7pm Saturday, January 5th at the Round Table Pizza
at 4400 Stevens Creek Boulevard in San Jose. See our web page at svas
dot info for maps and more information. Come early for social hour,
To order food, to enter in the Bowl Show, and to put items in the
auction.

The Board has changed its meeting time from the hour before the
meeting each month to the Sunday before the general meeting at the
same Round Table Pizza at 4pm. As always, all members are welcome and
encouraged to attend.

I hope all of you will brave the weather and come on Saturday!

Helen Holzgrafe
Publicity


Do you really think anyone of thje posters in this group really gives
a **** about the meeting......ask your self, REALLY? NOt in this
group! Most still are stuck buying Walmart Fish and 12 cent goldies
and practice flushing when tired of them.
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Old January 8th 08, 04:04 PM posted to rec.aquaria.misc, rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants,rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc, alt.aquaria, rec.aquaria.freshwater.cichlids
Tynk[_4_]
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Default Silicon Valley Aquarium Society Meeting This Saturday, Jan 5th

On Jan 4, 7:57*pm, Tynk wrote:
On Jan 4, 4:26*pm, wrote:





Happy New Year!!! It's going to be a great year for our club. To kick
it off we have Chuck Rambo speaking about the "History of the Aquarium
Hobby". Chuck is a a long time member of our club and a past president
of the PCCA. As a long time hobbyist myself (40+ years) I remember how
differently fish were kept in the 60's and 70's than they are now. I
bet it was even more different before that. I hope to find out on
Saturday.


The meeting is at 7pm Saturday, January 5th at the Round Table Pizza
at 4400 Stevens Creek Boulevard in San Jose. See our web page at svas
dot info for maps and more information. Come early for social hour,
To order food, to enter in the Bowl Show, and to put items in the
auction.


The Board has changed its meeting time from the hour before the
meeting each month to the Sunday before the general meeting at the
same Round Table Pizza at 4pm. As always, all members are welcome and
encouraged to attend.


I hope all of you will brave the weather and come on Saturday!


Helen Holzgrafe
Publicity


Do you really think anyone of thje posters in this group really gives
a **** about the meeting......ask your self, REALLY? Not in this
group! *Most still are stuck buying Walmart Fish and 12 cent goldies
and practice flushing when tired of them.- Hide quoted text -

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