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3-on-3 Bond Volunteers
Submitted By Jeremy Rintjema on Tuesday, April 17, 2018
For those who have already volunteered for time keeping for 3 on 3 please note that there was an error (behind the scenes) on the bond page that prevented any submissions from being received. If you are interested in completing this bond work please visit the Bond/Volunteer tab and complete the form, even if you have already done so.  Apologies for the error and inconvenience.

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