What day is better for you in November to have our Round Table Meeting:
1. Wed Nov 10 ( I believe you told me Wed aren't good for you)
2. Thur Nov 11
Originally we had scheduled for Nov 3rd
However, Bob informed me some members indicated that they would not be available that evening. Therefore, we briefly spoke about rescheduling the meeting to the following week. I just need confirmation from you, Glenn, Bob and Charles which day? I am flexible.
Please let me know thx
I TOTALLY agree! Why dont you message Bob and Charles too and lets schedule a date. Maybe, instead of Nov 11th we can make it the 12th (Thursday)
LOL about bitch session.. I knew what you meant.
Lets see what the other board members think.
Talk soon Kym
Yes, I agree and Charles and I have established a Constant Contact account to personally invite our members to our LA Mediator's Events.
Like the one that was sent out inviting you to the last meeting. Did you get it. It was very colorful.
I am meeting with Charles tonight so I will talk to him about the e-mails.
Let me know what else you think we should do to get more members to our meetings. I had 15 RSVP but, only 7 showed up and it was a GREAT meeting too. Frederick and Robert Mayer did an awesome job and presented everyone with a nice binder on the topic at hand.
Happy Friday Debra !!
Thanks so much for posting the event here on Ning! I will send out a reminder to the members to check it out. Plus, put on FB, LinkedIn and Twitter.(take advantage of all that free advertising) I wish you a successful event.
Hope to see you at our next LA Mediator's meeting in Nov.
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