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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2021 6:31 pm 
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Just an update on what's going on. We are going to try and have a Regional Autoslalom Series. Unless things take a turn for the worst, looks like the people will be able to travel within the Atlantic Provinces around the end of June/early July.

So the June 13th event in Saint John will not be a Regional event. NBSCC will see if they can schedule another event later in the year.

ASCC has postponed Digby. New date has not been announced yet.

The borders should be open for Slemon's original date and MMSC is planning to hold the event that weekend. If things fall through, the alternate date is the Labour Day weekend. There is a block of rooms set aside for people attending Slemon. $108/night for a standard room. Let them know you are attending the event as I don't believe the hotel is open to the public.

I thought I had some information on Shearwater, but I can't find it at the moment. I'll update this post when I find it or I get another update from ASCC.

Schedule:
June 13: NBSCC @ Long Wharf **POSTPONED?**
July 3-4: ASCC @ Digby **POSTPONED**
July 30-August 1: MMSC @ Slemon
September ?: ASCC @ Shearwater?


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2021 9:58 pm 
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Note that NBSCC will still be holding a Club event next weekend at Long Wharf still though, all (that can travel) are welcome. Like Ming says once life hopefully gets back to normal we will attempt to squeeze a Regional in that works for everyone.

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