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Old Wed Nov 03, 2010, 02:29pm
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Moving to Southern IL

My full-time IL Army Guard job moved me to East St. Louis area (body armor provided). Is there anyone near here or the O'Fallon (were I am living) area that can give my some suggestions? I contacted someone from the Southwestern Athletic Officials Association and they sound like a good group of guys. Also does anyone have the current case and rule book on PDF? I tried the NF website but my account does not have access to the library.

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Old Wed Nov 03, 2010, 06:38pm
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My full-time IL Army Guard job moved me to East St. Louis area (body armor provided). Is there anyone near here or the O'Fallon (were I am living) area that can give my some suggestions? I contacted someone from the Southwestern Athletic Officials Association and they sound like a good group of guys. Also does anyone have the current case and rule book on PDF? I tried the NF website but my account does not have access to the library.

Thanks,

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Old Wed Nov 03, 2010, 08:27pm
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East St. Louis? Ouch! Is it as bad as it used to be?
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Old Wed Nov 03, 2010, 08:47pm
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SSG Howard,

They should have sent you a new rules and case book this year for basketball. If not, call the IHSA office and they will send you one.

Also, here's a list of all the associations in Illinois:
IHSA Officials Associations
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Old Wed Nov 03, 2010, 09:37pm
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I recieved my new books from the IHSA. I just like the PDF form as another researching tool.

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