[Namron] Meeting places
Samarrah bint Annaan
samarrah_bint_annaan at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 27 08:20:53 PST 2006
As one who does a lot of large event organizing and
setting up programs and such in my mundane life, I
know how recieving too many suggestions can sometimes
make one feel quite frustrated and weary. So, I
appologize in advance if this suggestion does so, OR
if this suggestion has been made and I wasn't paying
attention...but here I go anyways...
As we have a STUDENTS for Creative Annacronism group
at OU, couldn't one of the students or their sponsor
get us a room or some space at OU?
As to the idea with the school, if we don't ask for a
large important room, like the cafeteria or the
audiorium, would we get a better result dealing with a
school where one of our members is a
teacher/administrator/janitor/side kick/whatever or
one of our kids is a student?
Also, I know one of our members works at
OG&E...perhaps they'd have somewhere we could meet?
Also, is there any way that a company or organization
that allows us to meet could be referred in our
printed materials and/or website as a "Sponsor" or
"Benefactor". That would give them a little
advertising for allowing us to use their area?
Hope I haven't been too much of a pest.
--- Brad Stanley <vortmax at cox.net> wrote:
> On Feb 25, 2006, at 8:48 PM, Annais de Montgomerie
> > So, at this point, the Unitarian church is just as
> > expensive as Andrew's Park, right?
> Since my last message, I have been contacted by a
> member of the
> Unitarian Fellowship who is in discussions with
> Tracy there.
> Apparently the cost is "negotiable." I will keep
> everyone informed
> when more information comes in.
> Lord Thomas of Weathshear
> Seneschal Namron
> (m.k.a Brad Stanley)
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