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    2008-2009 Season Meeting Minutes

    2008 - 2009 Season Meeting Schedule and Minutes

    The Board Meeting's this year will be at Loyola High School: Turn into main entrance of Loyola High School off of Chestnut Street (Which is off of Charles Street). the meetings will be held in the building on the right next to the football/lacrosse field. Enter building thru front and proceed up the stairs to both the Student Lounge and the Alumni Lounge.


    Date Time Type of Meeting Location Link to Minutes
    September 11, 2008     7 p.m.       Executive Board Meeting      LHS Student Lounge Approved
    October 9, 2008  7 p.m. Full Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    November 6, 2008  7 p.m. Executive Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    December 4, 2008  7 p.m. Full Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    January 8, 2009  7 p.m. Executive Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    February 12, 2009  7 p.m. Full Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    March 7, 2009  7 p.m. Executive Board Meeting State Champ Meet / TBA
    April 9, 2009  7 p.m. Full Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    May 7, 2009  7 p.m. Executive Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    June 4, 2009  7 p.m. Full Board Meeting LHS Student Lounge Approved
    Sun, June 28, 2009  1 p.m. House of Delegates Meeting    Loyola Blakefield HS Approved

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