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The second round of Donuts is set

Dear Friday Donut Club members and constituents,

After a successful first round, we start a second Donut Fridaypalooza with momentum on our side. By now each of you should have received a "0 duration" meeting invite which will trigger a reminder the Thursday morning before YOUR donut day. The final list is as follows (in case any of you needs to trade spaces due to travel or vacation).

Ed Stocker 10/1/2004
Bart Writer 10/8/2004
Carlton Bonilla 10/15/2004
Janis Kupferer 10/22/2004
Jeff Allen 10/29/2004
Joe Salame 11/5/2004
JP González 11/12/2004
Kim Carroll 11/19/2004
Matt Wilson 12/3/2004
Mike Coar 12/10/2004
Oliver Davis 12/17/2004
Rex Engelking 1/7/2005
Rich DiGeronimo 1/14/2005
Yvonne Tofel 1/21/2005
John Guillaume 1/28/2005
John Schoder 2/4/2005
Stacey Jackon 2/11/2005

You will notice a couple of new names. Ed Stocker is among this "fresh blood" and he has indicated he is scoping the Donut Factory and 128th and US 36… it's only Tuesday and I'm already craviing!

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