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A letter from the President

Dear Members of Association,

It is my pleasure to present the 2016 Newsletter!
Following our tradition, the newsletter will include: Our completed projects, the issues that we have encountered, the way that we resolved them and our future projects. Also, I will display a short summery of the Association’s financials,
Throughout this year, the Association has completed the following projects: Click HERE in order to view a full version.

Gregory Arzumanov

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