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    Posted February 24, 2010 by
    Columbus, Ohio
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    Signs of the economic times

    Friends & Families Playing Board Games


    In Columbus, Ohio the Columbus Area Boardgaming Society is bursting at the doors as more and more people look to get back to simple, inexpensive, social family activitives. The club has over 250 members and gets over 100 people showing up at their meetings. The club has over 1000 games in its collection and families and friends can come and game for hours and hours. The club meets once a week. The new "Euro" style board games atttract a wide variety of people. Since the economic turndown the club has seen significant growth in its membership. The problem now is finding space for everyone that wants to come and play.

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