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Re: Re: Head count...nowMG

When I became an MG in '94 at the Uof I extension service the rule was that 
you were to give back 60 hours of volunteer time. I did that and more. Seems to 
me I fulfilled the "contract".  But the rules have apparently been changed. 
Now I do not have the time or energy (or gas money) to attend classes, 
workshops and volunteer opportunities.  Must I tear up my certificate and never claim 
any association with MGs? I can live with it but it makes me sad as I was 
rather proud of that association. Kathyz5 IL

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