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  1. Any takers for a Durban Coffee Club?

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  2. Durban Coffee Club?

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  3. November get together

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  4. Next gathering

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  5. Thank you

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  6. Next coffee club meeting in Durban

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  7. Next Durban Coffee Club Meeting? 1 2

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  8. Christmas get together.

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  9. THANKS!

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  10. Date for next gathering

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  11. Durban Coffee Club newest member

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  12. Next coffee club meeting for 2008

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  13. Next Durban Coffee Club meet?

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  14. Durban: Coffee-Club, 14 July 2007

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  15. Durban sub forum heading

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  16. Durban: Coffee Club, June 3, 2007

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  17. Durban: Coffee Club, 5 May 2007

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  18. Durban coffee club

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