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Holland After Hours

"Leaders and Doers"

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Shanghai Grill & Bar
442 E. 32nd Street
Holland, MI 49423
United States of America
1st Thursday--service project. Contact Kent Fry via email 2nd Thursday--6pm program 3rd Thursday--6pm--social. contact Linda Falstad via email 4th Thursday--6pm service project--Contact Kent Fry via email
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