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Between heat, the current situation, and the fact that Hampton Roads is now the state hot spot, I fear there is really only one responsible option. The guiding principle is "abundance of caution" when dealing with uncertainty and considering the high cost of making a mistake. There will be picnics to come in the future.
On Tuesday, July 21, 2020, 5:51:00 AM EDT, Jim Tallman <jctallman@...> wrote:
Given the current situation, I know that I won't be there. I just don't trust people to have been doing the right thing. Even if we are outside
Forwarding Chuck's message.
Should we cancel this Saturday's picnic? no one has responded that they will be there.
---------- Original Message ----------
From: Charles Jagow <chuck@...>
To: President <president@...>, Vice President <vp@...>, Secretary <secretary@...>, Charles Jagow <treasurer@...>
Date: July 20, 2020 9:49 PM
We have three members who have signed up in the picnic database, the Treasurer, VP and ALCOR for six people.
Is it worth doing all the work for less than 10 people, assuming the president shows up?
Maybe we should just cancel the darn thing.
Need to know by about 0900 as that is when I am heading to SAM’s club.
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