Kibbie Dome Annual 2012

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    I just got off the phone with Andrew Tagliafico. Great news: Kibbie is
    available again!

    Here’s the scoop:

    – July 6th through July 10th (that’s a Friday through Tuesday)
    – $200 per person, 5 days + a table and chairs ($125 per Junior)

    Andrew sent some pictures that I will scan and post shortly. The windows at the
    ends allow lots of natural light, but they are insulated with translucent foam
    and block most of the heat. So, it should be bright with hopefully minimal

    The giant center scoreboard has been replaced with a tiny flat panel display
    that can be hoisted very close to the ceiling. You are more likely to hang up
    on one of the ceiling tile than the new scoreboard.

    The speaker clusters will be removed and the cables stowed. Nothing to hit

    Larry Coslick has been spearheading a fundraising effort to make sure there is a
    decent slush fund to cover any shortfall.

    I’d like to see enough participants to make Kibbie self-sustaining on an ongoing
    basis, so we don’t need to touch the slush fund. This is one of our best
    venues, and we should make it as permanent as possible.

    So, here’s what we need to do: Andrew needs to know if enough people are
    interested, at the proposed cost, to make this work. We need about 40+, and we have about a week to
    get him an answer in time to reserve the date with the University.

    I’ve created a poll on the Indoor_Construction Yahoo group (link at the top) that you can use to communicate your interest. If you know
    of anyone who is not on the list, but would be interested, send me an email and
    I’ll add them to the count.

    Let’s make this happen!

    John Kagan

    (Does anyone know any groups or individuals within driving distance, who are not
    on this list, who should be alerted too?)

    Jake Palmer

    I’m not sure that it would have mattered, but Kibbie Dome never made it onto the NFFS calendar.

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