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RAM Annual Meeting/Summer Party

The Annual Meeting of the Raleigh Area Masters will be held on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at the home of Amy Oversmith. Amy has been gracious enough to host the party again for the third straight year. The party will begin at 4 p.m. RAM will provide Bar-B-Q and Fried Chicken and beverages. Team members are asked to bring either an appetizer, side dish or dessert based on the alphabetical listing below. An evite will be sent out to the team in the near future for you to respond to concerning your attendance for planning purposes. Remember the party is family friendly so please bring your significant other and children.

Side DishR-Z

Practice Schedule

Schedule Reminders

Morning Workouts
SaturdayAugust57:00am Pullen
SundayAugust68:00am Millbrook
TuesdayAugust85:30am Pullen
ThursdayAugust105:30am Pullen
SaturdayAugust127:00am Pullen
SundayAugust138:00am Millbrook
Afternoon Workouts
MondayAugust712:00pm Optimist
WednesdayAugust912:00pm Optimist
FridayAugust1112:00pm Optimist
Evening Workouts
MondayAugust76:45pm Pullen
WednesdayAugust96:45pm Pullen
ThursdayAugust106:45pm Pullen

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