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"Kristofer J. Jenson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Choice Coalition <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 3 May 2004 21:52:18 -0400
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Yeah, the meeting was quite small, only 3 people.

What we talked about with regards to the money would be dividing it between the
organizations that really pulled through to get this bus underway.  But I think
we can't forget the other two organizations that contributed heavily, namely
the ISO and the Women's Center.  So I propose we divide it evenly between the 4
groups:
FMLA
Planned Parenthood
ISO
UVM Women's Center

That comes out to $45 per group, but each of these organizations contributed
tremendously to our filling the bus, as well as publicizing the hell out of it.
 It seems the most even, fair way of distributing the money.  What does
everyone else think?

Kris


Quoting Christina Helene Churchill <[log in to unmask]>:

> I can't come tonight...I thought I could but I am still swamped with work.
> I
> have $180 left over from tickets.  I think we should donate the money to one
> of
> the groups that put the march on.  Since Planned Parenthood and Feminist
> Majority were the two groups were tied closely to, those probably make the
> most
> sense...what does everyone else think?  I will split the money and donate to
> both by May 14th if no body responds, hopefully that's all right.
>
> Hope the meeting went well.  Sorry Kris I couldn't come to the meeting.
>
>
> Charlotte - when would be a good time to pick up that last check?  I can stop
> by
> your apartment this or next week if that is the most convienent.
>


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