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board meeting

hello– when is the next open board meeting? I would like to attend. Thanks!

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  1. webmaster says:

    We are planning on having an open Board discussion at the Pool Opening / Summer party on May 11th. I will post something as soon as that date is confirmed.

    Please feel to reach out to us here on the blog or email: theorchardsblog@gmail.com anytime.

    President, Orchards Board of Directors

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