[Chicago-talk] Holiday Schedule

Bell, Doug doug.bell at baml.com
Thu Nov 8 10:51:25 PST 2012

Looks like I lied, the 4th Thursday in November is Thanksgiving, which probably means we shouldn't have a meeting. Should we take the December Project Night slot (Thursday, December 13) and change it to a full meeting? Then the regular December meeting slot (Thursday, December 27th) can be a social meeting, with things returning to normal come January 10 with the next Project Night.

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> This year it looks like November is still open for a meeting, coming
> one week after Thanksgiving, so I think we can have a regular
> presentation (and there's a speaker who has offered).
> However, Christmas comes only a few days before the December meeting.
> Is Christmas too close? Should we schedule a social meeting instead?
> Doug Bell
> madcityzen at gmail.com
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