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Topic: amtnys registration volunteers for Rochester
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Eileen Lane

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Re: amtnys registration volunteers for Rochester
Posted: Oct 21, 2011 12:46 PM
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Liz, I can do 2-4 Thursday or the early shift on Friday. Let me know. Eileen

>>> <elizwaite@aol.com> 10/17/2011 9:10 PM >>>

Hello everyone!
This year's annual AMTNYS conference is almost upon us and as registration chairperson I was hoping some of you who are attending would be willing to volunteer a few hours of your time at the registration booth. At this time I have many volunteers who have already signed on to help, but in order for the registration booth to run very smoothly, I could use a few more!

If you are willing to help, please send a note to MY EMAIL elizwaite@aol.com please DO NOT HIT REPLY!

Here's where I have openings for you to consider:
Thursday, Oct 27 - 10am -12 pm (need 9 more people)
12pm-2pm (need 6 more people)
2pm - 4pm (need 3 more people)

Friday, Oct 28 - 7am-9am (need 5 more people)
9am-11am (need 6 more people)
11am-2pm (need 7 more people)

Thanks for considering this-I hope to see you there!
Sincerely,
Liz Waite
AMTNYS 2011 Registration Chair

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