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Final Reminder for NERGC 2011 Full Conference Survey

Can you believe it has been over three weeks since  NERGC 2011 - Exploring New Paths to Your Roots! 

The Full Conference Survey is available for only ONE (1) MORE DAY.  If you have not already done so, please share your feedback.  We value your input which helps NERGC review the 2011 conference and plan the next conference in 2013.  Join the over 300 attendees who have already responded. 

You may be the winner of a free conference registration  for NERGC 2013 in Manchester NH April 17-21 by completing this survey.  But, time is running out. 

Analysis will begin and the survey will not be available for your input after Tuesday May 3.  Improvements for more convenient access have been made.  You will be asked for your email address and you may ask for reassignment of a password if you need it.

So go ahead, Click on the words "Participate Now!" below to link directly to the online survey or go to the NERGC which will take you about 8 to 15 minutes.

    Having problems with the direct link?  Use the link from the NERGC web page,


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