To the UVM club members:
Danielle has done great work as the President of the UVM Aikido club -- she
has put more energy into the club than any of the 5 or 6 past presidents.
On the other hand, I am quite dissapointed that there has been very little
initiative and support on the part of club members. If I see energy in the
club I would love to support it, but I need to see every club member
participate in order to make it happen. Please support Danielle and the UVM
club! I would consider offering private UVM club workshops/seminars if I
saw a unified group of students eager to learn aikido and support each
other in their practice. Let's make this work.
Aikido of Champlain Valley
> [Original Message]
> From: Danielle R. Pecor <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 3/28/2007 11:31:05 AM
> Subject: Bake Sale
> Hey everyone
> I'm really sorry to do this again, but I really cannot do the bake
> sale tomorrow by myself, so I am postponing it yet again. I know we
> have hot chocolate mix still, but I think in a couple weeks we can do
> a lemonade one maybe with tea and cookies/healthy snacks. I hope you
> can understand how swamped I am right now (and you probably are too).
> Maybe we can use the cocoa mix for something else (if you want to use
> any for baking, I'm pretty sure it will work and you can just ask me).
> I'll email you with more and I am counting on you to help me keep
> this club together.
> I am still going to be at the dojo at 4pm on Friday for free mat time
> if anyone who is in the class or a member of the dojo wants to join
> me. It would be good to start having some club people meet weekly
> even if it is only a few of us.
> I still need peoples information which would just be your full name
> and graduation year, it really isn't that hard to respond. Its just
> for the club roster sheet and it would help if I haven't heard from
> you in a while. Have a good week and I hope to see you Friday.