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Need Volunteers for EMS Club Days
Written by TJ_Zydel   
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 17:20

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TJ is looking for volunteers to help run the wnymba table at EMS on FriĀ May 3, 2013 and Sat May 4, 2013
It's time for EMS Club days again! Stop by EMS for 25% off EMS brand products, 20% off of everything else. (with WNYMBA MEMBERSHIP) This sale is for club members only! EMS is very gracious in that once again they are donating all raffle proceeds to our National Trails Day venture. Please give back to EMS and help support at Club Days. We are looking for people to help at our WNYMBA table to recruit new members and talk about WNYMBA. We will have maps, socks, tshirts and collateral to help support our non profit cause. Please donate some time. Every little bit counts in our clubs success. I am looking for members to run the table as i cannot be there all shifts each day. Even if you can only support a couple hours that will help a lot! Please get in touch with me by rsvp'ing on meetup.com and emailing me to schedule your time slot. Many thanks and see you on the trails!
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