[NFBV-Alexandria] Alexandria chapter meeting/Silly Hat Day, Thursday, October 25
brianrmiller88 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 11:46:30 UTC 2018
This is a reminder that the Greater Alexandria Chapter of the National
Federation of the Blind of Virginia will next meet on Thursday, October 25,
at 7:00pm, in the clubhouse on the 25th floor of the fabulous Meridian at
Eisenhower Station, 2351 Eisenhower Ave, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314. The
building is literally across the street from the Eisenhower metro station on
the yellow line, and next to the spiffy new National Science Foundation
Cupcakes and other treats will be available prior to the meeting, so come a
bit early and grab a snakc and say hello to your fellow chapter members and
welcome new guests.
And Halloween is just around the corner, so in honor of this, everyone is
encouraged to wear your silliest hat. Full on costumes are not discouraged,
but as people are coming from work or the gym or other adventures, a silly
and slightly ridiculous hat is an easy way to show your Halloween spirit!
Any guesses as to what your chapter president will wear? Come on out and
find out! Those not wearing a silly hat may be required to wear one of the
lovely lampshades from the clubhouse.
Apart from all that, we also have a number of interesting things to discuss,
including a recap of our strategic planning session in August. The chapter
will have an opportunity to discuss and adopt our strategic plan. We will
also discuss audible traffic signals in the community, some tech tips, and
other super amazing secret incredible life-changing issues. Plus, silly
hats! How's that for salesmanship?
I would also request one or two people to come early to help set up as well
as usher people up to the clubhouse, that would be very helpful. Please let
me know if you can arrive a bit early and help out.
Call or text me at 703-785-9929 if you have any questions.
See you Thursday evening!
Greater Alexandria Chapter
NFB of Virginia
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