This is a discussion on Winter Victory Meet - Saturday March 5, 2011 is the date within the Tri-State forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Originally Posted by wrx wagone WTF is that even like??!? Relaxing. There a few tentative things that I'd like to ...
Any objections to March 5th?
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I just know that the Feb 19th weekend would definitely not work, but otherwise I have no idea about the remaining weekends as of just yet so I'll reserve my voting until I know a bit more....always interested though!
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I love march 5th!
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March 5th works for me
March 5th actually works for me. It's the first day of spring break.
I'll keep you guys updated with what kinda crowd we are looking at.
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