"Apologies if we have a separate string somewhere on the survey concept -- not seeing it so I thought I would send some comments through here...
from Dale Bergeron in Duluth ...
There are so many “climate change” programs and resources…"
Sorry I missed you -- I'll call you on Monday to bring you up to speed on things. I'm sending out confirmation emails to all of the folks who have signed up so far and I had a few questions I wanted to ask you. I'll give you a call mid-morning.
Hi Rochelle -- sounds like fun! Could you and I chat in the morning of the 26th or 27th? I can then chat with Chris on Friday. Let me know if either of those mornings works for you and a phone number tand I'll give you a call. I appreciate it!
Hi Rochelle -- is there any way we can switch the day and time to Friday the 28th at 2:00? Chris would like to join us and can do afternoons, but not mornings, on the original dates, so I figured we'd best look to another day. Also, Joe Cone has requested to be removed from our committee since he is involved with a few other commitments. So, if the three of us (and Jess if she is available) can meet, we can figure out additional folks to invite (plead with) to be on our committee :). Thanks and please let me know if this new day and time works with you.
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