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Re: [durhamcityjugglers] map of wolsingham

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  • Cathy Mallam
    As Miss Moneybags the Treasurer I guess I ll be looking after cash handling and the budget! I ll also get together a list of kind volunteers to work on the
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      As Miss Moneybags the Treasurer I guess I'll be looking after cash handling and the budget! I'll also get together a list of kind volunteers to work on the entry desk. And I'll be undertaking my usual beer wenching duties of course!

      Cathy

      -----Original Message-----
      >From: Mini Mansell <mini@...>
      >Date: Mon Oct 01 00:22:22 GMT 2007
      >To: durhamcityjugglers@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [durhamcityjugglers] map of wolsingham

      > i dont know who has been printing up the handout for the conven tion for the past few years (the one wit
      > h basic details of where the pubs and shops are etc)
      > www.minimansell.com/mini/dcj/wolsingham.jpg
      > has a map of wolsingham with locations of useful places on..
      > who ever needs this. here it is.
      > also
      > Colin, can you please change the date on the website from 2006 to 2007 and stick a link to multimap or suc
      > hlike please to the convention site.
      > i may not make it on tues to the club (hope to, but am in cumbria tues daytime)
      > jsut so i know.
      > who is responsible for what?
      > i am site (liasson with school etc) and i am doing tech for the show
      > mikey is running the show
      > dr john is doing the bar.
      > who is looking after workshops? entry desk? cash handling? budget?
      > can i assume i am doing the games again? or would someone else like to do it? (i like doing it, but have
      > no problems is someone else wants to take over)
      > if anyone can think of anything else that needs doing, let me know. i have free time between now and th
      > e 13th, and can probably make it happen.
      > Mini
      > Mini.
      > "Alice laughed: "There's no use trying," she said; "one can't believe impossible things."
      > "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen.
      > "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day.
      > Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
      > www.minimansell.com
      > www.ukjugglingshop.com
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