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  • Puzzle Parley -- Final Notice?

    This will probably be the final reminder to the subscribers of this list about Puzzle Parley XII. It is being held in Salem MA at the Hawthorne Hotel, August 1-3. We have reserved a block of rooms at a special rate and there are only a small number left. If you were planning to attend, now is the time to get your registration in. You can check out our web site at www.puzzleparley.org for all the details then click on registration.

    Kelly Talyor of the KelJoy Group is again handling both registration and hotel room. If you have previously registered but have not heard from her, please send her an email which can be found on our site.
    Thank you and hope to see you there

    Posted by Joe S. by request of the fabulous organizers of he Parley!

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