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Video of NORPAC ~ SANTAS Parade through GWL 2013

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For more information on our upcoming 5th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop,

Please visit http://www.norpac-santas.org

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Santa Marty

Great to recognize some great looking Santas!

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Santa Trever

Great to recognize some great looking Santas!

Thanks Marty! Maybe one day you could join us for our convention or even a general meeting.

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Santa Marty

Thanks Marty! Maybe one day you could join us for our convention or even a general meeting.

I would love to someday, does your GWL meeting generally happen the weekend following your picnic?

A year ago Santa Gene invited me to the NORPAC picnic, but it was the same day as my family reunion also held in Washington State. GWL, would give me an excuse to extend my PNW trek.

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Santa Trever

I would love to someday, does your GWL meeting generally happen the weekend following your picnic?

A year ago Santa Gene invited me to the NORPAC picnic, but it was the same day as my family reunion also held in Washington State. GWL, would give me an excuse to extend my PNW trek.

 

Marty, Our BBQ picnic was last weekend and our NORTHWEST SANTA WORKSHOP at GWL always takes place in the first or second week in November depending on when Halloween is. This year its Nov. 7 - 9 for more info on the workshop you can go to our website at http://www.norpac-santas.org

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Santa Marty

So when was the GWL video shot?  Was that from last year November?

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Santa Marty

Ok, I get it... that is from November.  My mistake, I thought it was just shot.

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Santa Trever

So when was the GWL video shot?  Was that from last year November?

Yes, the video is from last years NW Santa Workshop at our local GWL. The Parade through the lobby and visiting with guests is the last event of the weekend.

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