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http://burson.de/94350 rencontres charleville So, as co-chair of the 40 Below Civic Engagement Task Force, I approached the venue about staying open a little later to host a social networking event, which started at 5:30. I arrived a little before 5, and was pleased to see they had something of a walk-in crowd, which meant they weren't bored in that hour between when they typically close and when we were to start.

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5 Comments

  1. Love that place, and I’m glad they kept it open for you. I hope it does turn into a lot of new business for them.

  2. I really need to check them out.

  3. Keith, yes you do.

    Mitch, we need an excuse to get back down there.

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  5. Get us football tickets again; I’ll find something else to lose this time around. lol

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