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NORPAC SANTAS is very excited to announce that we are bringing True back!! Last fall we brought Santa True's CPW to our 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop and it was a great success! True left our attendees wanting more. So, we are so happy to have him back June 9th & 10th in the Seattle area ( Sumner, WA ) for two full days of intense training only True can do!  Make your plans now to Join Us. 

NORPAC SANTAS Members and Non-Members welcome to attend. 

Go to our website NORPAC-SANTAS.ORG for registration form and to pay via PayPal. 

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We now have 18 registrations in. 
Five of those are couples registrations 🎅🏼🤶🏼 

Will you be joining us? The registration deadline is Monday April 30th 

This will be a one of a kind offering and continuation workshop from previous workshops given by from Santa True. 

If you have any questions please contact us www.norpac-santas.org 
 

See the poster for location and discount information on rooms.

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9 hours ago, Santa Trever said:
We now have 18 registrations in. 
Five of those are couples registrations 🎅🏼🤶🏼 

Will you be joining us? The registration deadline is Monday April 30th 

This will be a one of a kind offering and continuation workshop from previous workshops given by from Santa True. 

If you have any questions please contact us www.norpac-santas.org 
 

See the poster for location and discount information on rooms.

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Trever, is NorPac still planning on having their picnic in August?

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Yes Marty, it will be Saturday August 4th in Lakewood, Wa just south of Tacoma 

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Santa Marty

Thanks

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On 3/16/2018 at 7:33 PM, Santa Trever said:

NORPAC SANTAS is very excited to announce that we are bringing True back!! Last fall we brought Santa True's CPW to our 8th Annual Northwest Santa Workshop and it was a great success! True left our attendees wanting more. So, we are so happy to have him back June 9th & 10th in the Seattle area ( Sumner, WA ) for two full days of intense training only True can do!  Make your plans now to Join Us. 

NORPAC SANTAS Members and Non-Members welcome to attend. 

Go to our website NORPAC-SANTAS.ORG for registration form and to pay via PayPal. 

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looking forward to another great training!!

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Trever

Great News!! We now have 28 registrations ( 5 couples ) allowing us to extend the registration deadline to Saturday June 2nd

This is going to be a first of it's kind, ground breaking, two day workshop offered to the Christmas Performer community. 

We hope you are able to join us for a weekend of fun but intense Christmas Performer Training with Santa True!!

If you attended a Santa True workshop in Denver at the IBRBS ISC, this will be a continuation of what you learned there. 

*registration information in the flyer

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Jerry Nebel

It is so good to see that there is so much interest in another CPW event here in the Northwest. Trever and the officers of our club are to be commended for recognizing the desire of our many members for more training opportunities. They listened and responded with this weekend training opportunity. I think 28 registrations speaks volumes about the desire of NORPAC members to be the best they can be.  See you all there.

 

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On 5/8/2018 at 11:32 AM, Santa Jerry said:

It is so good to see that there is so much interest in another CPW event here in the Northwest. Trever and the officers of our club are to be commended for recognizing the desire of our many members for more training opportunities. They listened and responded with this weekend training opportunity. I think 28 registrations speaks volumes about the desire of NORPAC members to be the best they can be.  See you all there.

 

Thank you Santa Jerry for your kind words. It is a pleasure for myself and our board members to serve our membership! The Advanced CPW was a great success with 35 total attending the two day workshop. 

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Jerry Nebel

I would encourage all groups that are looking for training opportunities for their members investigate bring CPW in for a workshop. It is this type of training that takes your game to a new level. You can teach an old dog new tricks.

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