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If i remember correctly i joined when there was about 60 members
Look where we are today.
It has always been a team effort at the MDF with all the Admin team, both past and present
So Happy Birthday MDF, lets hope for another 10 years, but i hope it slows down a bit as its going too fast.
Also today there is another exciting event taking place
The MDF Raffle
There has been a flurry of activity behind the scenes by the whole team in preparation for this, not much longer people
I am soo excited i could crush a grape!!
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Brill site with a fountain of knowledge and information.
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Ride that train, free your heart,
it's midnight up in Harlem.
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Blackadder, don’t count on them going any slower. It’s true what they say, time goes quicker the older you get
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Good job it`s all online, otherwise you would need the largest building in the country to stand all the cards up in.
Happy Birthday MDF, from all your friends, local, National and Worldwide.
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I joined on Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:49 pm (hey what a great memory ! O.K. I cheated )
But its been a very rewarding experience and a pleasure to have got to know so many on here.
As well as to acknowledge the many experts here too. You know who you are
I will be at Cirencester rally so hope to chat with a few of you on the day.
p.s. A double celebration too. My Deus HF coil arrived today !
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here's to the next 10 years
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Congrats on the 10th Birthday, and here is to the next 10
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Here’s a look at the official MDF birthday cake. You won’t get any of it (the rumour is that Mike is looking rather full bellied today ) so you’ll just have to enjoy the visual feast instead.
But don’t worry we’ll have more cakes for those members going to the Rodney Cook rally at the weekend
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Would that excitement run to sharing jelly beans? No? Thought not.
Well done on the decade, mrix (and of course all the members who make it what it is)
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Going direct to the link will make it easier to see the results, I did actually make a mistake early on in the Draw, "eye sight issues "
But generally it went smoothly
Best of luck and thanks all
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