[Nfbmo] State convention past and future
gbryant at socket.net
Tue Mar 31 02:06:13 UTC 2015
I think the sound system was lacking. I sat in the back of the room on Sunday morning and unless the people in the front of the room ate the mike, we couldn't hear.
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gbryant at socket.net
From: Nfbmo [mailto:nfbmo-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Melissa Smith via Nfbmo
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2015 6:15 PM
To: Eugene S Coulter; NFB of Missouri Mailing List
Subject: Re: [Nfbmo] State convention past and future
I liked the layout of the hotel and the agenda. The sound system was good. It did seem like the hotel was a little understaffed, and I felt that the rooms and closets were small. All though the hotel seemed understaffed, the staff was friendly and helpful. Gene Coulter and the Lewis and Clark chapter did a good job with organizing and hosting the convention. I have some thoughts on the election, but I'll have to write them later.
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On 3/29/2015 9:10 PM, Eugene S Coulter via Nfbmo wrote:
> If anyone has constructive feedback regarding this year’s convention facilities please make me aware of your concerns.
> Also,at the May board meeting I will request authorization to seek
> bids for the 2017 convention
> In normal rotation that would be Kansas City. However, I am not assuming that they are only possibility. For example, our Show Me Chapter or South Central Chapter may wish to host. Or, maybe those two chapters would want to cohost perhaps in Rolla. Of course, Show Me could host anywhere in the state. I write this now to give folks a chance to think about things and the feasibility of any such hosting.
> I just do not want to assume that we have a closed loop of 5 chapters.
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