Planning meeting on January 23, 2001
I'm interested in attending to the planning meeting next January 23.
Please advise on any changes.
Thanks / regards,
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001 17:06:59 -0600 "Jonathan Clemens" <jclem412@...>
> Our next general meeting will be held Sunday January 28, 2001 at the
> TSU School of Technology Room 225 at 2 pm. The preliminary agenda
> News (Clemens et al)
> Feature Topic "Residential Energy Conservation" (Steve
> TxSES Board Nominations (All)
> "RE News" Draft Review (Clemens)
> Earth Day Planning (All)
> Website Update Status and Planning (Ewert et al)
> I have a request for all of you. The TxSES Board will vote in new
> and/or renewing board members at its February 3 quarterly meeting.
> This means, per a policy change last year officially calling for a
> Houston chapter board member, we must now nominate our Houston board
> member. The member must be willing to travel to Austin at least 4
> times per year, for a period of 2 years, to attend quarterly
> meetings. There has been a trend, in that one of the 4 meetings
> would or could be held elsewhere, as at a chapter's home city or at
> the Winston School in Dallas.
> Every nomination should be followed up with a written description of
> the nominee's background and interest or experience in renewable
> At the December general meeting we talked about having a planning
> meeting sometime in January. I propose that we hold a planning
> meeting on the evening of Tuesday January 23 at the House of Pies on
> Kirby Avenue starting at 6:30 pm. Chapter officers should be there,
> with anyone else welcome to participate. If anything, members
> should share ideas (via the message list) for events and public
> outreach for the year ahead. Folks interested in attending the
> planning meeting can contact me off-line at jclemens@....
> Another reminder, I will be hosting a discussion on Renewable Energy
> this Thursday January 11 at 7 pm at the Freeman Memorial Library on
> Diana Lane in Clear Lake (Houston), TX, a block north of Bay Area
> Blvd (turn at the Church's Chicken). I confirmed that the library's
> first issue of "Home Power" has arrived!
> Many thanks in advance to Steve Stelzer for bringing forth his
> know-how on energy conservation in the home, particularly addressing
> the hot/humid climate of the region. Let's turn out in droves on
> the 28th!
> Thanks. See you.