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All USA Vitiligo Groups are welcome and invited to participate.
Agenda is as follows:
Pat: Role Call - Planning team
Pat: Rules of the road for this meeting
Valarie: Welcome - *Special Welcome. Special Thanks to Cawanda's Daughter for our WVD Art, used on flyer and we are hoping to use for our WVD tee shirt - Pat will say more.
Pat: Permit Updates
Pat: Ideas for fundraising
Pat: Tee Shirt for Rally
Valarie: Unified Effort
- Application available - our information gathering tool -
- Doctors idea for Friday: Dr. John -
Valarie: Hotel Updates
Valarie: Committee responsibilities, Marketing, Welcome Committee, Logistics, Donors / Sponsors
- Solicit donation for bottle water....snack....etc. -
Valarie: A look at the weekend!
Open Forum: Share Ideas - Questions...etc.....
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Organized by: VITFriends Vitiligo Support Group, Inc.
Valarie Molyneaux, President/CEO
Patricia Rossy, Vice President/NY Leader
Barbara Hamilton, Secretary/Treasurer
Patricia Mills - Asst Secretary/NY Co-Leader
Shazaad Games, NY Co-Leader
Millicent Meadows - Hartford, CT Leader
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