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Old 12-03-2017, 10:01 AM   #1
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Default Parker Pages Winter Issue

I'm sure many of our members have been wondering where their Winter Issue is...

The truth is we were hoping you would have it by Thanksgiving but that was not to be. Your editor was late in getting it to our publisher and we are not their only customer - they had other promises to keep and obligations to uphold so we had to go back to the end of the line and suffer the consequences.

In any case, the Winter Issue will be mailed out to you all on Friday, December 8th and you should start seeing it in your mailboxes on the following Monday, the 11th of December.

You all have my humble apologies for being late.

Please keep in mind that the deadline for submissions/contributions for the Spring Issue of Parker Pages is January 15th.

Thanks Very Much,
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You all have my humble apologies for being late.

Please keep in mind that the deadline for submissions/contributions for the Spring Issue of Parker Pages is January 15th.

Thanks Very Much,
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No need for apologies. YOU are doing us all a great service that is much appreciated! Looking forward to the next issue.
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Parker Pages has shipped. A few members will even receive their copy tomorrow.





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I’m sure everyone respects you for being upfront about it and not making any lame excuses or blaming others. Thanks to you and Kathy for everything you put into our publication. Merry Christmas!
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Dean,
All good things are worth waiting for. No apologies needed. Thank you for all the fine work you do!
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Thanks Mike and we want to return those same good wishes to you and yours - and to everyone else who reads these words.

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Dean you and Kathy have a wonderful Christmas. Hope to do article for Spring issue on the 28 vhe. Best always David
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Dean,

As always look forward to the issue. Like Parker guns, unpredictability is a virtue.
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