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The REGROUPEX 20 Planning Survey has been active for over two weeks, and already we have had over 50 of you chime in with your opinions and wishes for the next reunion. For those of you that have submitted your responses, Bravo Zulu, and I thank you. Making decisions in a vacuum is a challenge, so I appreciate that you have taken the time to share your thoughts.

For those of you that have not yet taken the survey, I again ask you to set aside about 15 minutes, log into the website using the link below, and offer your input. This task is hard enough without trying to guess at what you want to see in your next reunion. The time you invest to take the survey goes a long way in influencing our next three or four reunions, so if you want your voice to count, this is your chance!

Finally, we’ve got to get moving if we are to have a reunion next year, so we will close the survey in one week, at midnite on March 4. This will give us time to analyze the results, make some decisions, and communicate them back to you. So you have seven days if you want to be heard!

To log in and take the survey, click the following link:

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE REGROUPEX 20 PLANNING SURVEY

You can also use this link to finish a survey that you started but did not complete, or to review your responses to the survey after submission. If you have trouble finding the survey because you forgot your password, or logged in normally, you can find it under REUNIONS >> REGROUPEX 20 PLANNING SURVEY.

There isn’t a moment to lose!

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