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September Circle Suppers

Thanks to everyone who hosted a Young Souls Circle Supper in September!

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Check out more Circle Supper photos on Facebook.These Circle Suppers take place every other month and we are now looking for hosts for the month of November! These are wonderful events for newcomers to meet fellow Young Souls in smaller settings. If you are interested in hosting in November, please contact YS Communications Chair, Justine Rothbart.

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