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Added new "Events" in the menu. Clicking the menu item will display a calendar which serves to inform our members of our overhead. From today forward, donations will be inputted in the calendar. Names will remain anonymous.


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If you have any questions about donations or our reoccurring bills I'll try to remain as transparent as can be, short of divulging the names of donators for the donations received.


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