Postponed or canceled ?

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    • #21283
      ozoz
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      If you postpone something it normally means to delay to a later date, but if canceled it means its over.  I think 2021 would be over and not postponed?  Are they planning on doing it later this year, probably not. So I would say cancel it for 2021 and say that…..   would almost be impossible to do it later in the year, would be like starting from scratch with 1500 bikes………

      clarification….

      "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.": Benjamin Franklin

      When in difficult situations I ask myself "WHAT WOULD CURLY DO?"

    • #21284
      Tommy CranfordTommy Cranford
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      C A N C E L E D ‼️

    • #21285
      Tommy CranfordTommy Cranford
      Participant

      They did use the correct terminology ‘postponed to a later date.’

       

      MAY 2022

    • #21287
      Nick HentgesNick Hentges
      Keymaster

      As stated in the message from the President of the BOD, this would have been the 32nd Run for the Wall. It (the 32nd Run for the Wall) has been Postponed until 2022.

      Hopefully this clarifies any confusion.

      Richboy
      Honolulu Hawaii
      ATW Central Route 2009-2019
      Tailgunner 2010
      Asst Platoon Leader 2011-2016
      Platoon Leader 2017-2019
      Wall to Wall Recon 2019
      RFTW BOD Director of Public Relations and Communications

    • #21297
      HardcaseHardcase
      Participant

      Instead of arguing about semantics, how about being appreciative of our BOD and all their eff0rts along with the fact it does not have the word permanently attached.

      Blessings;  Looking to  May 2022

      Mike "Hardcase" Poirier
      Chaplain, S.R.

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