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 Posted: Saturday May 10th, 2008 02:20 pm
   
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On June 1, 2008, the APS Friends & Support Forum will be implementing a new policy.  You have 6 months, from the date you registered, to post your full introduction, or your screen name will be deleted to conserve bandwidth. 

If you would like to have access to the full forum, you MUST post your introduction in the introduction folder. You can post your intro at the following link: 
http://www.apsforum.com/forum54/ .

Your introduction should include your first name (no last names, please), your location (city, state & country) and your APS story or how APS affects your life. Without this information, you will not be granted access to the full forum.

The direct link to post in the introduction folder is
http://www.apsforum.com/new_topic.php?forum_id=8 .

If you are confused and need more assistance, please see our new member tutorial at
http://www.apsfa.org/forumtut.html

Please also be sure to review the rules before you start posting: http://www.apsforum.com/forum7/6285.html

Please do this before June 1, 2008 as we will begin deleting unused accounts on that day.

Thank you.



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