Next Meeting

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 @ 7pm

Topic: Open Forum.


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Topic: Open Forum

Note: As always, the group is open for discussions. If anyone has suggestions for a guest speaker, send an email to:

Meetings are always held on the Third Wednesday of the month.

Food and refreshments are provided by our host Hurricane Electric.


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760 Mission Ct.

Fremont, Ca. 94539

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