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Yancy Lawrence
Development & Alumni Affairs Coordinator

Gator Nurse Gathering - Gainesville
Status: Completed


Leadership Review Date10-26-2020Proposed Start Date12-09-2016
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Proposed Due Date01-03-2017


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[DEC-09-16 Anonymous] Proposed Schedule for Gainesville/Ocala: 1/3/2017 Project Due, 1/6/2017 eblast is sent mid-morning, 1/27/2017 reminder eblast sent, 2/7/2017 reminder eblast sent.


Eblast invitation to Gainesville and Ocala Regions for a development leadership briefing (Gator Nurse Gathering), which will take place on 2/21/2017; Eblast invitation to St. Pete and Tampa Regions for development leadership briefing (Gator Nurse Gathering), which will take place on 2/28/2017.
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170088-NUR-X-170106-Gator Nurse Gathering - Gainesville Gator Nurse Gathering - Gainesville 01-06-2017 Invite alumni and friends in Gainesville and Ocala regions to Gator Nurse Gathering to be held on 2/21/2017
170089-NUR-X-170113-Gator Nurse Gathering - St. Pete-Tampa Gator Nurse Gathering - St. Pete-Tampa 01-13-2017 Invite alumni and friends in St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa regions to Gator Nurse Gathering to be held on 2/28/2017. Proposed schedule: original send 1/13/2017, reminder versions sent on 2/7/2017 and 2/15/2017.
Created on Dec.  9, 2016 at  9:52 AM (EST). Last updated by Tonya Gibbs on March  3, 2017 at  8:01 AM (EST). Owned by Anonymous.
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