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    Hi folks, Now, since I ve had a little time to look over both Bill and Jean s and Ernie s thoughts about Midsummer, let me add my thoughts on the many
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      Hi folks,
          Now, since I've had a little time to look over both Bill and Jean's and Ernie's thoughts about Midsummer, let me add my thoughts on the many suggestions!
       
      1.    Please remember that our Midsummer committee is basically that group of
              9 or 10 of us that meet once a month. I don't want the week-end to get             beyond us. I almost felt that there was too much to do-although we                     planned it that way, and it was very enjoyable! Unless we can get more             people our age involved, it's just us!
      2.     I love the many ideas. Ernie was right about it being only 3 years till our
              140th anniversary of New Sweden. We can't wait until next year to                     start planning things---many of the ideas Ernie had could/might  be                     incorporated into this celebration. Maybe this should be brought up at the         yearly meeting and a core group could meet. Our house for dessert some         night!
      3.     One of the things I think the board should look at is a 5 or longer, year             plan for the Historical Society. Remember, we did this for school and I'm         sure it was done for businesses. I think more could/would get done.
      4.     What about some of Ernie's ideas for a weekly event at the Museum                 during the summer? it could be advertised- more visitors to the                         Museum,etc. more money generated to pay for projects that are in the 5             year plan...etc.
      5.     I think we need to talk more on this.
       
          That's enuf for tonight....
       
      Debbie
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