TS The new issue of The Touchstone, volunteers needed, and the
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Thu Feb 12 11:17:06 CST 2004
The February/March issue of The Touchstone is being sent off to the
printer tomorrow. At 40 pages, it's one of our largest issues yet. I think
it's an excellent issue. Thanks again to all who submitted articles and
helped out. If all goes well, it will be ready for pick-up on Friday
afternoon, February 20. We need a volunteer with a car or truck to pick up
the bundles from the printer. They're located approximately 75 miles from
College Station. The bundles can fit in the trunk or back seat of a
car. The printer is not open on weekends, but the bundles can be picked
up in the afternoon on Feb. 20 or even early the next week.
We're also in need of some volunteers to get the current and upcoming
issues on our web site. Some of you may have noticed that the Nov./Dec.
Touchstone is not there yet. We apologize for that. Both Colin and I have
been extremely busy recently and the person who used to help us out with
the web work moved to Chicago awhile back. Please let me know if you have
some skills (relatively minimal skills are all that's needed) with web work
and would like to volunteer to help getting the issues on-line. We
definitely need your help.
We've also decided to keep the garage sale date that we had
originally set -- Saturday, February 28. We did that because enough people
have said that they would help. Of course, more volunteers are always
needed. We will be transporting items to and setting up at The Unitarian
Fellowship late on Friday afternoon and early evening (free pizza, beer,
and soft drinks). The sale at the Unitarian Fellowship will run from 8 AM -
noon on Saturday followed by clean-up. We need help especially for Friday,
Saturday morning 7:30 AM - 10 AM, and clean up.
Please let me know if you are willing to volunteer for any of
these. Your help is both needed and sincerely appreciated. We can't put
the magazine out without you!
P.O. Box 2711
College Station, TX 77841-2711
When a nation's young men are conservative its funeral bell is already rung.
-- H. W. Beecher
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