Updated link to membership page

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Updated link to membership page

Post by Peter Jedicke » February 10th, 2016, 1:44 am

I noticed that Bill's post linking to the Society's national website is now broken. Here is the correct link:
https://secure.rasc.ca/Portal/Membershi ... 8de80f72ce

Note that we have different membership types. That's your first choice. Then when you are in the system, it asks for your postal code and recommends a nearby Centre. Presumably that would be London Centre for anyone who is reading this post.
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Re: Updated link to membership page

Post by Harold Tutt » February 10th, 2016, 10:56 am

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Peter are you telling us that we all have to renew our membership to get into the National Forum or what ??

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Re: Updated link to membership page

Post by Peter Jedicke » February 12th, 2016, 2:02 am

Hello Harold,
I don't think any action is required for existing members, unless you need to renew soon. I think Bill intended his original post to smooth the process of visitors to our Forums becoming members. I just figured we should have an up-to-date link for such folks who want to join the Society.
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