FLWBC Annual Conference - Milwaukee

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FLWBC Annual Conference - Milwaukee

Post by SREcklund »

So ... who else will be there? I Know DRN will, as I saw him on the discussion panel for the Homeowner and Public Sites Dinner. But how about the rest of you??
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Post by DavidC »

Raises his hand.


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not me
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Post by Paul Ringstrom »

yes, we are going.
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Post by pmahoney »

I will be there also, looking forward to the Hardy house!

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PrairieMod will be there and will be providing daily wrap-up posts for those who are not able to attend.

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Post by SREcklund »

PrairieMod wrote:PrairieMod will be there and will be providing daily wrap-up posts for those who are not able to attend.
Somehow, I knew you would ... :D
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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

I will be there. Docenting at Hardy. Speaking about Delavan Lake Saturday. (See www.penwern.com)
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Post by DRN »


I will be there. Docenting at Hardy.


A knowledgeable docent is icing on the cake....looking forward to seeing you there.

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Post by RonMcCrea »

I'm going to miss it, and will be sorry to miss the talks. I have to save up for Arkansas.

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Post by dtc »

My wife and I will not be able to attend this year for our daughter will be married in Chicago the first weekend of October.
We will miss all in attendance, the talks and of course the house tours.

Enjoy and keep us posted.

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Post by wjsaia »

I will be attending this time and am looking forward to meeting some of you whom I've heretofore mostly known only by your Wright Chat screen names.

I last attended in New York in 1994; it was a time when there would be 14 years more during which SDR would still have contributed zero posts on this board. Those were the dark years, before our lives would become enriched by our dear Mr. Ritchings . . .

My wife, Patricia, will be accompanying me. I'm very happy about that. She's not just arm candy . . .

Bill Schwarz

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Post by DavidC »

dtc wrote:My wife and I will not be able to attend this year for our daughter will be married in Chicago the first weekend of October.
Lesley and I will miss seeing you and Diane there, Dan. Have a blessed time at the wonderful occasion of your daughter's wedding!


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Post by jrdet10 »

My wife Tanya Irwin and I will attend, looking forward to as enjoyable a time as we had last year in Phoenix. Can somebody recommend a place near the Pfister where we can get a late-night drink, or is it unnecessary to leave the Pfister?
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Post by DavidC »

If anyone is so interested, perhaps on Thursday or Friday evening after returning from the bus tours we could have a 'Wright Chatters' get-together at a nearby restaurant.


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