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Class Title: Shin Buddhism
Instructor(s):Mark Unno
Class Details
Dates: Jul 19, 2019 - Jul 21, 2019
Days: Fri - Sun (2 Nights)
Cost:
Sustaining: $358
Mid Level (Actual Cost): $278
Supported: $218
Non-Resident: $130

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