8.05.2004

Early October Team Retreat

From Lori M:

We thought it would be fun to spend another weekend at Moraine, but there are no cabins available October 1&2 (dates discussed at Red Fin Blue Wednesday night). However, Raccoon State Park has 3 cabins available for those dates. The park is very nice, about the same distance as Moraine (or less), and has a 100 acre lake (I believe its claim to fame is that it is actually the largest state park in PA).

Please let me know if you would be committed to attending a weekend retreat at Raccoon on October 1&2.

8 Comments:

Blogger lisa said...

Include me in definitely

12:46 PM, August 05, 2004  
Blogger Kit said...

I can do the 2nd, but am not sure yet about the 1st (I might go to the Kerry rally/concert). Mike will be sipping pina coladas on the deck of a cruise ship that weekend, so he won't be able to join us.

8:25 AM, August 06, 2004  
Blogger Kit said...

For Lori Swennson: I would like to do this!

4:03 PM, August 06, 2004  
Blogger Mina said...

I would like to go but have reservations for Philly that weekend.

10:18 PM, August 07, 2004  
Blogger KathiRD said...

The first weekend of October should work for us. How many can stay in each cabin?

6:36 PM, August 08, 2004  
Blogger Chris said...

That week-end should work out for me - sounds like a nice end to the season.

9:35 AM, August 09, 2004  
Blogger Carolyn said...

I'm not sure - I love the idea but I have a really busy fall coming up - too many commitments, I'm afraid.

1:36 PM, August 11, 2004  
Blogger Kit said...

Pauline has asked us to please consider holding our retreat on a different weekend so that we can help TRRA with the Head of the Ohio (HOTO) event on October 2nd. TRRA is organizing this event this year without the support of Mercy Hospital, and it needs help.

Lori, could you please check to see whether Raccoon Creek has available cabins on later weekends in October? The feeling at the meeting was that having a retreat like this (even if it's without a boat -- maybe we could rent kayaks there?) in the fall would be a good way to end this season and start to plan for next year's season.

12:07 PM, August 14, 2004  

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