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Southwestern Division of the IAFC is proud to represent the southwest region of the IAFC.  Please read the governing laws of our association .

SW-IAFC Constitution and By-Laws

Division Officers are expected to abide by the duties as laid out in the following manual.  Please print and keep for your records

Duties and Responsibilities of Division Officers


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