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Welcome Boilerguy

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Lets all welcome Boilerguy( Eric) as a new moderator on the SW forum. Eric has been very helpfull on this forum and will be a great addition to the staff.

Again, Welcome aboard. smile.gif

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Welcome Aboard Boilerguy!!!

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Absolutely Boilerguy, congrats to you. Hey have you bought your ticket to our PF Banquet in Wgtn? shoot me a message if you want one.

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Congrats Boilerguy as much as your on the water were bound to run into eachother somewhere.

hey cc whens the PF banquet i didnt make it last year i have had a pretty good time in the past.

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Muc33, my e-mail addy is in my profile. How's aboot shooting me an e-mail aboot the PF tickets.

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