From: Frederick Jones <[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Tuesday, April 16,[masked]:04 AM Subject: Re: [humanesociety-54] Crunch time...
Good Morning Katrinna,
Sorry I haven't stayed in touch lately...been very busy with work. Anyway, when and where is the next Yappy Hour? I'd like to try to make it.
From: *Helena* <[address removed]> To:
[address removed] Sent: Monday, April 15,[masked]:29 PM Subject: [humanesociety-54] Crunch time...
Thank you to all of those who have RSVPd for the Yappy Hour; however I'd ideally like to get at least a minimum of 25 people to come. So please, tell one, tell all to come out and support HSL in addition to just show some love to our and all animal advocacy groups. We've a great solid 13, so let's get to 25 and beyond together.
Thank you all again.
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