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 Post subject: Scottish Gemmological Association
PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:05 am 
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Hello everyone

Could I draw your attention to the Scottish Gemmological Association.
http://www.scotgem.co.uk/

Why not become a member? It is currently free to join and there is something for everyone, no matter where you are.

I am happy to sponsor the application for anyone that I know. Sponsorship is not necessary but does require a statement of intent without it.

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Hi Adrian,

Adrian Smith wrote:
Why not become a member? It is currently free to join and there is something for everyone, no matter where you are.


Why not? could you sponsor me? 8)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:34 am 
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I would be delighted Alberto.

Just apply, citing my name as a sponsor and they will contact me to complete your application.
It would be good to see you "in"

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I'll apply too! 8)


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Great stuff Barbra

You need to come to one of our conferences one day. We have a ball !!!

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Count me in! I see a conference/vacation in my future.

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Cool! I'd like to join too!

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Maybe our next GO dinner will be in the shadows of Edinburgh castle.
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Ah well the conferance is in Perth not Edinburgh. Still if you going to Scotland then you might as well see as much as you can. I'll join too Adrian. I never knew you could join seperately from the normal Gem-A. I'm a Fifer myself (Though living in France)and I've always regretted the fact that I've never been "home" when the conference is on.

Looks like your doing well on your recruiting drive...hope they're paying you commision :)


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When one is used to distances in the United States, Perth to Edinburgh is a stone's throw. :wink:


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Would it be permissible to use the email address (info@scotgem.co.uk) to send applications to or are they only accepted via post?
Not a biggie but it would make things quicker...


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Hi all

Yes and email would be OK. Probably best to print the form and fill it in and sign it. Then scan and send via email.

Edinburgh city centre is only an hour from Perth. So your GO Dinner in Edinburgh is very Do-able while attending the Perth Conference.

For clarification, the SGA is now a separate entity from Gem-A. We are an Association in our our right.

Thank you for your enthusiasm

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Adrian Smith wrote:
Yes and email would be OK. Probably best to print the form and fill it in and sign it. Then scan and send via email.


i've done that way.
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Thank you Alberto,
The system is working well :lol:
I have already been contacted and your application is being processed.

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