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Posted 23rd November 2010, 10:02 AM
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Got our 2011 calendar finished


Save a copy and print it for your wall - it's a handy little fellow and the BCNH is a pretty cute young guy.

NAB :-)

Enjoy all!

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conditionfreak conditionfreak is offline
Posted 23rd November 2010, 12:40 PM
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I don't get the holiday dates you have here. Areyou stating that in Nevada, they celebrate New Years Day on Dec. 31th, and Christmas on Dec. 26th?

Maybe I am having a brain fart, but it doesn't make sense. Unless this is just for your business and not really for the general public.
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I don't get the holiday dates you have here. Areyou stating that in Nevada, they celebrate New Years Day on Dec. 31th, and Christmas on Dec. 26th?

Maybe I am having a brain fart, but it doesn't make sense. Unless this is just for your business and not really for the general public.
I'd imagine coz Xmas day 2011 falls on a Sunday, the Public holiday is the Monday.
Likewise since 1/1/11 falls on a Saturday, the public holiday is the Friday 31st

it does have an * and says "observed on"
 
sesamestick sesamestick is offline
Posted 23rd November 2010, 07:33 PM
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Beautiful NAB, thank you.
conditionfreak conditionfreak is offline
Posted 23rd November 2010, 08:03 PM
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Silly. Christmas is Dec. 25th and Jan 1st is Jan 1st.

Man, Am I out of touch with this new world.

Nice calendar though. Even with the "revisions".
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very nice thanks alot
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This is great NAB, thanks.

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Posted 24th November 2010, 07:20 AM
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Silly. Christmas is Dec. 25th and Jan 1st is Jan 1st.

Man, Am I out of touch with this new world.

Nice calendar though. Even with the "revisions".
LOL, I suppose a lot of it goes back to the old 5 day working M-F & Sat Sun Off style.
These days although the weekend is still technically Sat & Sun, so many people work flexi hours/days, but to be fair on those that dont, they still get holidays due if a public holiday falls on a weekend.
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Beautiful! Thanks, Nab!

Terry



 

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