I'm just acting like another link in the chain. Here's some unicycle
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Shapiro, Charles" <Charles.Shapiro@...>
> Date: February 1, 2006 8:02:03 AM CST
> To: "Dave Altman" <farm369@...>
> Subject: FW: [Atlantaunicycleclub] Digest Number 98
> Hmm. This might be something we could pick up. Worth mentioning at a
> meeting, anyways.
> -- CHS
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Atlantaunicycleclub@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 7:47 AM
> To: Atlantaunicycleclub@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [Atlantaunicycleclub] Digest Number 98
> There are 2 messages in this issue.
> Topics in this digest:
> 1. Parades and other Opportunities
> From: "Chad" <chad@...>
> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 15:21:02 -0000
> From: "Chad" <chad@...>
> Subject: Parades and other Opportunities
> Hey everyone,
> This is Chad from the Atlanta Unicycle Club. For the past 4-5 years
> the Atlanta Unicycle Club and Unicycle.com have participated in
> 2 incredible and televised 4th of July Parades. Unfortunately this
> there is a conflict with NAUCC. The North American Unicycling
> Championships. We will be in Memphis, TN for the 4th of July. If
> is anyone that knows they will not be going to the NAUCC and wants to
> help with coordinating the unicyclists for these parades and will be in
> the Atlanta area on the 4th please contact me. This is not a huge
> obligation, but reasonably easy to do, and I will gladly give you any
> assistance you need prior to the Parades. Essentially you just need to
> show up, and have fun. Contact me through this group or e-mail me
> directly at thebugman@...
> I also have rec'd applications to at least three other events St
> Patricks Day Parade March 18th, Inman Park Parade April 29th, and a
> request for unicyclists at the Jewish Center in Dunwoody Feb 5th from
> 11-2. If you are interested in participating in any of these events
> please contact me at thebugman@...
> PS On short notice, Reid and I went to Gatlinburg, TN to set up a
> display at the Winterfest for Venturing. It is a Boy Scout supported
> organization that include boys and girls 14-20. There were over 2,500
> attendees and I think we met them all. We had Eddie and Yvonne from
> Platuea Unicycle Club in Crossville, TN join us for this event.
> We estimated 500-600 kids and adults had a chance to try their hand at
> riding. At least 3-4 got to the point they could ride 20-30 feet.
> One kid in particlar persisted after a very reluctant start and was
> riding as much as 100 feet by the end of the day! This is defenitely
> event we will schedule in the future. So keep your calenders open!
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