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GTEC 2014 AND 2015 WALKS: learn more
July 24-27 Women's Walk #149
Sept. 25-28 Men's Walk #150
Oct. 23-26 Women's Walk #151

Feb. 26-29 Women's Walk #152
Mar. 26-29 Men's Walk #153
July 23-26 Women's Walk #154
Sept. 24-27 Men's Walk #155
Oct. 22-25 Women's Walk #156

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GFloyd Sept. LD

New Reunion Groups Open for membership.
(submitted 7/2/14)

Gary Floyd is the Lay Director for the GTEC Men's Walk September 25-28, 2014.


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