November 06, 2013

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Attendees: Hugo, John, Kami, Kathi, Kate, Zaw

  1. Happy Hour

Location/Date: Nov 15 (for sure now!), from 6:00 pm???

At Kate's house if it does not rain?? , Could also be at Kami's place

Rain ?? Cold?? Quite difficult to say about weather in Nov.  

Decision: Happy hour will be at Kami's from 6:00 pm... on Nov 15

  1. Rock & Bowl (end of the semester event)(Sunday Dec. 8 4:30- &7:00 pm)

PGSA will subsidize about 75% of the cost and each students/paysonite will pay like 5$, you can bring a friend or a partner for another $5 (additional guests will need to pay full price $20). Cost covers food, drinks (beer, wine, & sodas), and bowling shoes

  1. Guest Speaker (post conflict & infrastructure) Nov. 13

Wednesday 5:00 pm-6:30 pm. (Kami has already send out the invitation, so please check your email.)

  1. Other workshops on the Horizon

Another Speaker event probably on Property laws & development (Spring semester by Prof. Crawford)

Another IDCS event during this fall semester?? Need to talk to Martin (Kami and Zaw talk to him at class tomorrow)

Update: Kate talked to Martin and he is available on 20th November (Kate will send an email and fix the time)

Possible themes of spring ac. workshops: conflict resolution, project management, budgeting

  1. Nominations and Prog. positions

Please see the Payson website for the positions open for nominations

Anyone willing to take the role of sending out email for the nominations (Zaw to send out the email)

  1. Thanksgiving??

Who will be in town??

Options: Opening horse races at the fairgrounds? Friendsgiving party???  Other excursions over the weekend

We can talk and arrange this later probably….

  1. Development Movies Nights & Discussion

Hugo will check for space. Probably at the beginning of next semester. At the LBC- Shirley Dymond??

‘Half the Sky’ for the first one and followed by discussions/critical dialogue


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