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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-30-2007, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Very New Instructor Passed

Hello Gang,

Congratulations go to Aaron Riemer on passing the THCI exam on Sunday April 29th. It was a joy to see his face "light up" with the good news. The hard work paid off for Aaron. I wish to welcome him aboard the "Good Ship THCI". He will be an asset to the instructor's pool.

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Good job boss!!! Now you are legit. On to the single hander now.

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Congratulations Mr. Reimer

It's great to hear this!

Well done, Aaron.

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Way to go Aaron. We all know what a great instructor you've been, but now you are official.


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Congrats to you buddy! Well deserved, even if the new title does not change the man, I'm sure the man will continue to be a first class instructor!

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I would also like to express my heartfelt congratulations to Aaron. He is the man that got me started out on the Snoqualmie and now I'm an addict (good addiction). Aaron gives freely of his knowledge and time. Last Saturday he was supporting Cast for Recovery. Three Cheers for the Speyman!
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Youdman!!!!! Congratulations.
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Congrats Aaron!

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Way to go Aaron. Gene
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Congrats Aaron! I sure hope you are making it down to the Sandy. Missed you last year.

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just a formality

Aaron always has been, is, and always will be one of the purest students of Spey I've ever known and one of our best instructors, no matter what letters he has beside his name.

Congrats my friend--well-deserved!

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Way to go Aaron. You deserve the recognition for the many hours you have spent teaching us how to cast.

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Very cool news. Congratulations Aaron!!

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