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General Convention deputation blogs

We’re starting to hear that a number of diocesan deputations to General Convention this summer are setting up blogs to keep their dioceses informed of what’s happening in the lead up, during and afterwards.


The Diocese of California has one set up here.

The Diocese of Arizona is setup here – members of the deputation have been blogging their way through the “Blue Book” already. (And there’s a report on the recent Province VIII orientation for deputies as well.)

I can’t imagine this two are the only ones. What other deputations will be blogging their reports? Care to share links in the comments so the newsteam can keep an eye on them during Convention?

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San Diego has just set up its blog at

http://gc2012sandiego.blogspot.com/

--Susan Forsburg

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Lisa Fox

The Diocese of Missouri has begun blogging at http://missourideputation.blogspot.com/. I expect the pace of our postings will pick up once GC convenes.

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Michael Hartney

The Diocese of Rochester will blog at:

http://dioceseofrochesteratgeneralconvention.wordpress.com/

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Frank Logue

The Georgia Deputation will be blogging at:

http://gc2012.georgiaepiscopal.org/

Frank Logue

Georgia C1

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Elizabeth Anderson

The Connecticut deputation is blogging at

http://generalconvention2012ct.blogspot.com/

Elizabeth Anderson

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