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Bomba Cup 2014 in Sacramento

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After many obstacles, the location and date for Bomba Cup is finally decided. The Sacramento student chapter will host this regional event on December 6. Get your teams ready Region 1!

The location for Bomba Cup is Elk Grove High School.
9800 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove, CA.

Registration and payment deadline is November 28th.
Register your team at http://www.sacshpe.org/bombacup
Contact sacshpe.vicepresident@gmail.com for payment.

Fees: $65 for first teams, $50 for second teams

Sign up your team today!

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