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Discussion in 'North / South Carolina Flyway Forum' started by WoodieSC, Aug 22, 2008.

  1. WoodieSC

    WoodieSC North/South Carolina Flyway Forum Moderator Flyway Manager

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    We're all familiar with our 'Sticky' threads up top.

    In order to make this process of getting threads "Stuck" as fast, easy and simple as possible, there is basic information required in the TITLE of the first post. If it is not there, and we stick the thread, the thread will be either 'unstuck' or deleted by Chester or David when they audit the forums each day.

    Thus, when you are preparing a post for an event, please include the following IN THE TITLE!

    EVENT NAME - CITY, STATE (location of event) - DATE (Month, Day, Year)

    Examples:

    Rockingham Waterfowl Hunters Party - October 2nd @ Hinson Lake, NC

    Concord Waterfowl Hunters & Dove Hunt Party - Mt. Ulla, NC - 9/13/08


    It's preferred if the date is last in order to check the 'Sticky' list easier, but having it in there is what's most important. The year isn't really critical, but sometimes helps if the event planning time period includes the end of the year, or is posted months in advance such as the duck dog event was last year.

    Also...

    Sometime in the not too distant past - 1 or 2 years? - we agreed to limit the time frame to 30 days prior to the event. To assist with event planning, and because of the lower number of events, we've recently stretched that to 45 days or so, but as the fundraising season rolls around we may need to move that back to the 30 day window. Just wanted you know why if it happens.

    After you prepare and post your initial post with all the info needed, please send a PM to ACC/Boykin and myself requesting the thread be stuck and one of us will get to it as quickly as possible.

    If there are any questions, please post them here.

    Thanks,

    WoodieSC & NCBADGES
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2015

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