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  2. Dance Ring Size

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  3. Southern Region

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  4. OA and Venture Crews

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  5. OA election problems

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  6. Parent brag

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  7. SR-7A anyone?

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  8. NOAC 2006

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  9. SR6N Elections

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  10. "pitch a fit" induction

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