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Subject: Re: Alternate Listserv Party - Tuesday at Quincy Market
From: Hugh Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 15 Oct 2003 14:36:54 -0400

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For those of us who cannot make the Saturday party, I believe Tuesday
was offered as an alternate for a second wave party. Tracy Black's post
about the "Quincy Market" and Faneuil Hall hooked me. When I read the
Web Site, I decided where I will be on the free Tuesday Evening. Anyone
who wants to make this a historical or if Larry and Peter are available
a hysterical event, come by the booth ( #717 in the Exhibit Hall ) and
let me know. We could meet at the concierge desk at the Sheraton
Conference hotel at 6:00 PM and walk over.  (Unless someone in Boston
knows this is too far for us to walk.)

I will treat any genuine Listserv member to a Bowl of Chowder, a real
Boston Beer and if Hot wings are available I will throw in a platter of
100 wings. If Larry and Peter are there I will make it 200 wings
because the rest of us should get at least one.

If you are from a foreign country with a good Women's Soccer Team
(Germany, China, England, Ireland, Norway, etc., etc. ) and you bring
me a soccer jersey from your country then I will buy you a nice dinner
too!  (Did I mention that my daughter is crazy about soccer?)

If Don Saklad joins us then we will march on the Boston Public Library.

> Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall

"Quincy Market
The 170-year-old Quincy Market, located directly behind Faneuil Hall,
served as Boston's wholesale food distribution center until the 1960s.
Today, the food stalls inside this stately granite building offer
culinary delights to thousands of visitors a day, selling everything
from calzones to gourmet soup to frozen yogurt.

We consider it an absolute necessity to visit Quincy Market on an empty
stomach because it is impossible to sniff all the mouthwatering smells
without wanting to taste a little bit of everything. It is also
important to go with at least one friend so that you can share and
compare your dishes. Make sure to try some of Boston's famous seafood,
like a hearty bowl of clam chowder or a plate of fresh oysters, and
choose from pastries, fudge, candy, Italian ice or ice cream for
dessert. We recommend that you find a table in the center atrium first
or you could wind up eating in the standing room only section. "

> Subject: Listserv Gathering, Boston
> Folks:
> Just a gentle reminder that the Annual Listserv Gathering will be held
> on
> Saturday, October 18, 2003 in Boston, just prior to the beginning of
> the
> ARMA Conference.
> DATE:  Saturday, October 18, 2003
> TIME:  6:30pm
> PLACE:  Champions Sports Bar
> See you there.  Also, for those of you who are not in town yet, Hugh
> Smith
> has offered his booth in the exhibit hall as an informal place to
> gather.
> Someone else will have to make those arrangements.
> Fondly,
> Susan
> Susan McKinney, CRM
> Recmgmt-l Listserv Owner/Host
> [log in to unmask]
Hugh Smith
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