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ASA Schools in the Midwest & Southeast

I am a novice and have taken some classes at Lighthouse Landing in Grand Rivers, KY. I can not say enough about Chip and his courses- excellent teacher and extremely knowledgeable. I have successfully completed ASA 101, 103, and 105. I would like to forward my education somewhere that is reasonably close- any suggestions on your best experiences?

Thanks much,

JTC
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