We just received your member information from Eva, and have added you to our northeast Ohio (NEO) membership list. You will see emails every-so often addressed to all the members and copied to our Ohio organizers, Jim Searcy and Jim Feuer, both from Southern Ohio.
Eva tells us that Milla is from Huron and a new Ohio organizer, too.
You all have arrived just in time to join us for our first Prager Group meeting of 2008. This meeting will be in North Ridgeville, this coming Saturday, the 19th at 7 p.m. I'll send you directions to Angie Hall's place if you plan to come.
And if you can come, please let me know,if you plan to bring anyone with you. If you want to bring a snack, please let me know that, too. It's really short notice, but if you can make it we'd love to have you.
On December 2, 2007 we introduced a blog site for the Prager Group NEO and encourage you to visit the site and when you get your "invitation" to join and "author," we hope you do just that. This is one of the ways we will begin to get to know each other and share in our "conservativeness." If you have any trouble getting into the site, please let me know.
If you have your own blog already started be sure and link to it. It's already apparent that although we're conservatives we're a very diverse group and the appeal of Dennis Prager is far-reaching.
I've attached the spreadsheet that I've been using to add new members. Please notice that the location ID corresponds to map quandrants I used to divide up our territory; the dividing line runs through downtown Cleveland north to south and from east-to-west along I-480. The PragerGroup NEO blog site shows the map with the 1-4 quadrants. I thought it would be an easy way to plot our approximate locations, and to give the Dennis Prager staff an idea where we all are. (For those of you who gave your location as Cleveland, I put you all in the NEO 3 section, by default)
Again, welcome to the NEO Prager Group, and watch your email for the invitation to the blog site. We look forward to meeting in person one day soon, probably at an evening social, after the New Year, after the busy-ness of the holiday season.
If you have any questions or suggestions on what we can do or what you would like to see happen with the group, please let me know. We're new at this and hope to evolve over time.