Re: [sfrsa] Re: Robot Games
>Also, Leslie from the Exploratorium called me asking for that information,Joe,
>I'll let her know just to be sure, even though Larry now knows.
>I will not be able to make it on Saturday. I wanted to hand out T-shirts to
>the staff, but I'll do that on Sun. morning at 10AM. T-shirts will also go
>to the first 40 registered participants. One T-shirt per person limit. 5
>T-shirts given to the audience.
>We should start registration at 11AM. Volunteers would be handy at that
>table and in the pit and show areas to direct contestants.
>I don't know if John is going to bring the open event arena Sat. or Sun.
>I have Bracket charts for the sumo competition. We'll need a board to paste
>them up on. I'll also bring log sheets for registration in each category.
>From those sheets we will produce the schedules and fill in the bracket
I'm going to bring the arena to the Exploratorium at 5:00 P.M.
today (Sat.). I'm hoping sombody will be there to help me lug the parts and
put it together. I can probably do it myself, but it really would be easier
with an extra hand or two. I have to work at my day job in S.F. until 4:00,
so I will preload everthing in the van this morning. If you need to reach
me I,ll be at 415-621-1497 from 10:00 to 4:00 or thereabouts.
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I am the president of Southern Oregon Robotics Club and we are
planning for our first big event in October 2002. I am trying to
gather as much info as possible about what it takes to put on a great
event, and I have a coulpe of questions to ask if you don't mind.
1: How many people do you normally attract to your event?
2: How much money usually gets spent to make it happen?
3: This may be the most important question, How many of your group
does it take to put it together and run it?
4: How would I go about getting Leo Laporte from Screen Savers to do
Thanks for any help, Dan