Mailing List:2003-05-31 05, Re: Whitney Reunion 2004, by Phil -----

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From: Whitney Researcher <whitneyresearcher -at-> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Whitney Reunion 2004 Date: Sat, 31 May 2003 17:11:57 -0700 (PDT) In-Reply-To: <> --- Christopher Branagan <dunmore -at-> wrote: > Since no one has jumped in to spearhead the WRG > Reunion 2004, I > thought I'd throw out a suggestion. How about > a less > structured Whitney Research Group Reunion 2004 ? > We would need to > agree on a location and then anyone wishing to > attend could make > their own reservations.Meals could be on our > own. There would > have to be someone in charge of the Reunion to make > the final decision > on location and date, but the lectures and > side trips could be at > each individuals desire. Presentations could be > informal, no > schedule of events like we had before. If someone > could suggest a > resort, or Bed and Breakfast or some place that > had about 20 -30 > rooms then folks could make their own > arrangements for the > weekend. Our presentations and activities for > during the day could be > informal. No scheduled lectures or pre planned > trips like we had > last time.This would reduce greatly the amount > of work for the > organizer. > > I am not volunteering to head this up, and > understand > completely why no one is jumping in to > volunteer! As one of the > organizers of WRG Reunion 2002, one big regret > I have is that > I was so busy during the weekend that I > didn't have time to > really sit and chat with WRGers attending. > > Any interest out there in a WRG Reunion 2004? > > > > from, Carolyn > I agree except I do think we'd need at least a lecture or presentation schedule. I'd go for a location like SLC, St. Louis or Mass. Phil __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Calendar - Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM). <a href=""></a>

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