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Cru Creations Market Day

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Dr. Terry Fox
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Cru Creations Market Day - March 28th! Sponsored by Enactus Do you enjoy photography, painting, handcrafts, woodworking, and more? Sell your creations at Cru Creations Market Day! Register at umhb.us/crucreations by Friday February 28th.
Special requests: 
Please update the online form umhb.us/crucreations to add another page with two check boxes: [ ] This is my first time to participate in Market Day, and [ ] I have a sales tax certificate **On the last page of the form, it refers to a date for a workshop. Please change this date to March 2nd. On the banner, please refer to last semester's banner, and just change the dates. Note, this is the banner to REGISTER for Cru Creations. We will have a different banner to publicize the actual event. Thanks!
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February 21, 2020
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February 28, 2020
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