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From: Ann
Sent on: Saturday, April 5, 2008 4:16 AM
Expanding the exchange to include magazines has been recommended by several different people that have emailed me. I think this is a great idea. I can harvest from family the Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies Home Journal,some type of travel mag, and Diabetes Forecast. If no swaps occur I will drop off all the publications to the assistance center for elderly at Rt 108 and Snowden River Parkway. I am sure they will be glad to have them.
Going to make monthly event on the "SPECIAL" deal pizza night at Mamma's.
This meetup we covered two books. Paaramedic is one man's compilation of Emergency Events in his career. The second book is a novel Open House about one woman's recovery and growth following a divorce.
Current books I am reading include a true crime, a book on atheism, and genetic disorders. :) Annette
Hope to see youn at the next gatherings.

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