[JUGGLING_GA] Orlando Juggling Club
I didnt see an email addy to send to Javier Cubero (yahoo strips out addys to
stop spam). So could you please fwd this?
I believe the IJA can help you with the structure.
Bobbler @ earthlink.net
> Message: 2-----------------------------
> Date: 30 Dec 2002 09:30:01 -0500
> From: Charles Shapiro
> Subject: Re: Orlando Juggling Club
> Erm, we are not very organized on bylaws. I
> think we have some, and we
> also have a bank account.
> The most important thing is to keep having
> meetings at the same time and
> place. It can take a while to get a critical
> mass of people going, and
> you'll get to juggle alone at a few meetings.
> As Woody Allen said,
> 'Eighty percent of anything is just showing
> We charge dues, but admission to the meetings
> is free. The dues involved
> a newsletter subscription for a while, but the
> internet has made that
> unneccessary. We tried club props for a while,
> but discovered it was
> actually better to settle on a standard and let
> folks buy their own
> stuff. Tennis balls with sand in 'em make good
> teaching props, and we do
> have a good supply of those.
> Come to the festival, we'll talk! I'm the weird
> lookin' guy in the
> sweatpants and ugly athletic glasses.
> -- CHS
> On Sat, 2002-12-21 at 09:23, Javier Cubero
> > Hi! My name's Javier Cubero, and I'm trying
> to get an Orlando Juggling club
> > going. We have about 4-5 people who meet
> twice a month at a park, but I'm
> > trying to gather all the Orlando talent and
> get them organized. That's
> > where you come in. I was wondering if AJA
> has actual written by-laws or
> > something of that kind (and if I could have a
> copy to base our club on),
> > what procedures you have in place for officer
> election, treasury, etc. Do
> > you charge dues?
> > I've got a million or so questions.
> Basically, I want to establish a club
> > that will keep going, and not fizzle out as
> several prior attempts
> > (including one by me 6-7 years ago) have
> done. I think having some formal
> > structure will help. We even have some club
> equipment! One person donated
> > an old set of airflites, and my wife made
> about 20 juggling beanbags for
> > beginners.
> > I realize you guys are probably quite busy
> talking with Phil about
> > Groundhog's Day - congratulations, by the
> way. 25 years is something to be
> > proud of! Any help or information you can
> give me will be appreciated.
> > Hopefully, I'll be at Groundhog's Day with
> some other Orlando Jugglers.
> > Thanks!
> > Javier
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