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It’s So Hot

Written by
Kate Lawless
Published
July 2, 2013
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Is it hot enough for ya yet? How’s your summer so far? We hope you’re splish-splashing at the pool, the beach, the lake, or at least somewhere with some sweet, sweet AC.

The summer’s heating up and your AIGA Baltimore board members have broken into a sweat preparing for some exciting events for this fall. So, we’ve decided to cool down this month and take a little vacation. I mean, we all need to take a break sometimes, right? Well, while we’re not hosting any events, we’ll still be around. If you need to get ahold of us, you can send us an email and we’ll still continue to share cool links on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Keep in touch, okay? We’ll see you in August!

 

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