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General assembly meeting report

Dear members our general assembly meeting was in Cavalese on January 30th 2016 and here is the meeting report. Clink link to read PDF file. Meeting Report GA 2016 IAWLS mvh Lars Vagle Advertisements

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General Assembly Meeting 2016 – Cavalese, Italy

We welcome all our members once again to a new General Assembly Meeting. This time in Val diFiemme, Italy. The day before Marcialonga. Time: 15:30 Saturday, January 30th, 2016. Location: Marcialonga race office, Cavalese, Italy. On our webpages we have published the … Continue reading

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General Assembly 2013 – report from meeting

Our report from meeting is ready. Meeting Report GA 2013 IAWLS We present a group photo from the meeting.

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General Assembly Meeting 2013 – St.Moritz

We welcome you all to our annual General Assembly meeting 2013. Time: March 8th 2013. From 17:00-18:00. Max 2 hours. Location: St.Moritz public school, St.Moritz, Engadin, Switzerland. See both map-link and map for location. All documents regarding this meeting is in … Continue reading

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General Assembly 2011

IAWLS General Assembly 2011 16:00 Friday, August 26th, 2011, Howmanns Gap, Falls Creek, Australia

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The IAWLS 2010 General Assembly

Szklarska Poreba, Poland, March 5, 2010 October 21, 2010 Members present: Doug Jackson, AUS Alan Rae, AUS Saul Goldman, CAN Grant McLeod, CAN Robert Palliser, CAN Blanka Nedvedicka, CZE Radek Ondryas, CZE Christophe Joanblanq, FRA Hannes Larsson, FRA Berndt Bellman, … Continue reading

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General Assembly 2009

IAWLS 2009 General Assembly Lienz, Austria, January 17, 2009 The Chair of the meeting, Robert Palliser, called the meeting to order at 16:40. With 7 members present, each of whom can represent 2 proxies, the total of 21 did not … Continue reading

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