I just wanted to let you know that I will not be attending the class
lesson over spring break. See you later.
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From: "James S. McNeill-Jr" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 12:02 PM
Subject: Kirsten's Post and other News
> Hi Everyone,
> Thank you so much to everyone who brought in $10. This saved us from
> budget cut next year. I will start processing shirt orders soon and I
> sure to count your contribution towards a shirt order.
> In regard to Kirsten's last post, it is extremely helpful for people to
> officers know of plans for training. If you are sick, have an exam, or
> go skiing please let an officer know you will not be attending class on
> week. If you find the club does not interest you please let us know. It
> difficult for me to keep track of all of the members, but I would like the
> to be accessible to everyone who has interest in Aikido. I also hope that
> club can move forward through the semester without us having to worry
> maintaining the attendance of its members. This can be difficult to
> when members start to disappear from classes without any communication
> Remember that as a student of UVM this is your club and your energy is
> makes it special.
> With that said, I will be out of town until Saturday, so I won't be
> class on Thursday. I hope everyone has a great class on Thursday.
> Also, if anyone else is interested in the Donovan Waite seminar (April 3rd
> 4th) please email me or contact Kirsten this week. There will be a fee of
> approximately $30 for the weekend. I would like to start the process of
> getting funds soon. So far we have 9 members who will be attending. It
> be great to have a few more members attend, in order to demonstrate UVM's
> interest in Aikido.
> Testing is Saturday @ Aikido of Champlain Valley. I am not sure of the
> Please go (wearing a keikogi of course) and support the students who make
> training possible. Many of you will recognize some of the people testing
> our club classes.
> I think I have written too much, so I will stop here. Peace.
> James McNeill
> Aikido Club President