TUG Buzz!
June 10, 2009

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The Toronto Users Group  
 for Power Systems (TUG) is a user group/forum for the exchange  
 of ideas, and specializes  
 in providing affordable 
  education relating to the  
 IBM iSeries, AS/400,  
 System i, and Power Systems platforms.  

 TUG is in its 24th year of operation.

 
 
 
 


Welcome to TUG's eNewsletter: "TUG Buzz!"

 

TUG 21st Annual Charity GOLF CLASSIC

Thursday June 25, 2009 at the Glen Eagle Golf Club in Caledon. Tee-off time is at 8:00 am. Cost: $130 per golfer (including all taxes) includes greens fee, power cart, and a delicious New York sirloin steak and chicken dinner. Enjoy a great day of golf with your fellow “TUGGIES” and network with your peers! All are welcome! (not limited to TUG members.) Bring your business partners, clients, friends, neighbours and relatives! Sign up a Foursome!

Make your reservations early, as we are limited to 144 golfers. Register online at: www.tug.ca/reg_golf.php (or you may fax your entry to 905-607-2547)

For more information contact the TUG office.
Phone: 905-607-2546
E-mail: admin@tug.ca.

PAYMENT IN ADVANCE (We accept Master Card and Visa.) Donations to our prize table would be greatly appreciated. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Glen Eagle Golf Club pro-shop telephone: 905-880-0131 www.gleneaglegolf.com


" Long ago when men cursed and beat the ground with sticks, it was called witchcraft... Today, it's called golf.
"


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