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WNCPSR March 2012 Meeting
March 16, 2012
Asheville, North Carolina
Physicians, health personnel and, yes, everyone; all are welcomed at our monthly meetings! Bring a brown bag lunch around noon. The meeting will officially start at 12:30 and end about 2:00. Occasionally meetings dates or location may be varied, so for more information contact Dr. Terry Clark, Chair, 633-0892 or Dr. Lew Patrie, 299-1242
from 12:30 pm to 02:00 pm
DIRECTIONS: (Location is in vicinity of Veterans Hospital.) Proceed west on Tunnel Rd./ US 70 (towards downtown Asheville) to about one block from the Blue Ridge Parkway overpass. Turn left (south) on Pleasant Ridge Dr., then turn right at the second street, Wagon Rd., then immediate left on Birchwood Lane to #18 on the left side of the street.
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