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1048RE: [clubpuck] June Hockey

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  • Karen Hart
    Jun 1, 2001
      Hi Everyone!

      Excuse my poor english in the last message, I was in a bit of a rush.

      I need to know how many playing areas were used on Sunday, May 12th.� If
      someone has a list for that day, I would like that also.� If I don't get a
      response in the next couple of days then I will just assume that we used two
      areas.� If I don't get a list, then I won't collect money for that day, but
      I will still have to pay for the pool.� If we continue to do this, then we
      won't be playing hockey much longer because we won't have any money to buy
      pucks or rent the pool.�

      I know some people think that it is a pain to take the hockey board - I know
      because I do it every time that I am at hockey.� Some people have been nice
      enough to take the board with a smile� (Thank you to all the people who fall
      into this category!!!).� Others look at me like I am giving them extra work
      to do - I don't really appreciate this response, since I do the work most of
      the time.� If you're not going to be at hockey, then just tell me that.� If
      you are going to be at hockey, then take the board (you can always hand it
      off to someone else who will be at practice).

      It is everyone's responsibility to make sure we get a list of names and the
      # of playing areas we use at each practice.� If you don't see the board out
      at the end of practice, then write down the date, # of playing areas used
      and a list of names.� If you don't know everyone's name, don't be afraid to
      take on this task, just ask someone for help. I am willing to take on this
      responsibility when I am at practice. When I am not at practice, someone
      else will have to step in. If not - we will run out of money.

      This is your chance to step in and help out your club. Kendall, Doug, Mary
      Jo, Brigit, Rich and Dorothy, John Goodrich, Yori, Ken and others (I know I
      have left out some important names here) spend time coordinating practices
      with the pool manager, organizing tournaments, organizing practices, fixing
      the bottom of the pool, etc. Nobody gets paid for what they are doing, it
      is all just a part of being a member of the club! Let's try to spread the
      work around. If everyone pitches in a little bit, then it makes it a lot
      easier on everyone.

      Thank you again for the many people that have helped with taking names (John
      G., Dan, Steve, Scott Seamans, Terry, and many more).

      Happy Hockey,

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