[Cynnabar] Borders Report
hannahschreiber at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 16 14:57:20 UTC 2011
Hmmmm....I don't know that he said there wasn't a limit on how many times we
could use it.
Ermenrich -- did you ask that? That's been a stumbling block in the past that we
can use places -- say, only once per month. I think at this point, that's
actually what we were thinking: replacing the Corner Brewery meeting with this
location. Remaining meetings would still be on campus. Unless I'm mistaken --
I'm sure someone will correct!
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From: Randy Asplund <randyasplund at comcast.net>
To: Barony of Cynnabar <barony at cynnabar.org>
Sent: Wed, March 16, 2011 10:52:59 AM
Subject: Re: [Cynnabar] Borders Report
Ample parking, easier to get to for more people, including those in Ypsi, we can
hear each other, and we don't have to worry about a limit on how many weeks we
Brilliant! The person who came up with this has my compliments!
And, one last item to ask is whether there is a bus out there for any UofM
Regardless, the advantages outweigh the potential ride sharing...
On Mar 16, 2011, at 12:18 AM, Matt Lagemann wrote:
> At the March 14th meeting someone brought up the idea of using the event center
>at the Borders located at 3140 Lohr Rd (the one near I-94 and Saline rd). I
>went there Tuesday and talked to the manager.
> He said that groups can use the event center to hold meetings and that we can
>set up a recurring day (so for instance every fourth Monday of the month). They
>will not set up the event center until the first person from our group arrives.
>This is to prevent other people from sitting down in our space. We can be
>bumped for special events, but we can move to the coffee shop area if that
>happens. The "event center" is a recessed area in the store, so we would still
>be a part of the store proper. I don't think this is a bad thing and honestly
>think if we like the area we can look into doing a meeting in garb every now and
>again so we could also attract interest. We just need to call up the store to
>reserve days if we are interested.
> Pros also inclue a nearby McDonalds so Greg's appetite can be sated (Flurries
>after meetings sound nice!) and free wifi for the tech types. Cons include the
>fact that I will spend too much money on books on those Mondays, but perhaps
>this would still be less than my tab at the Cornery Brewery.
> Any questions?
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