|Notes Re: Previous Meetings
||May 21, 2004 . . . We will be placing flat items on display
boards, ready for movement into classrooms on Friday, May
28th. Another meeting is schedules for Monday, May 24th at
9:00 a.m. to continue this work.
||May 19, 2004 . . . This is a working meeting. The aim is
to organize all of the memorabilia and photos collected so
far into decades and decide how to display.
||May 8, 2004 . . . need to solicit more volunteers
in case of work to rule (will need 30 volunteers to supervise
movement and events in the school). . . ask George Elliott
about sketch progress, ask Ed Arnold about Examiner coverage,
name tag arrangements, display boards coming week of 21st.,
parking for handicapped and use of St. Lukes to be arranged,
possible to borrow the diorama of Mr. Harrison's Chip Bus
that was used for the PCVS Reunion - ask Doug and Bill Lockington,
check further to see if Rob Watson and Bob Ainsworth will
arrange period musical entertainment at the evening and/or
Apr 28, 2004 . . . Principal Rowat and Mrs. S. Butcher
(former student, then teacher) will be interviewed on the
Mike Melnick show, May 14th, 8 a.m. . . First Decade Club
now receiving confirmations and fees from respondents to
Kawartha Golf and Country Club evening events . . . Second
Decade setting booking space at Riley's for the evening .
Retired Teachers newsletter and web site will publicize ...
blanket invitations to schools next week by courier . . .
Examiner will feature but closer to the event . . . former
TAS students and first decade students to be approached for
live music . . . strategy in place for monitoring contact
information for the those who give personal information wanting
to be notified about who wishes to contact them . . . beginning
to sort memorabilia . . .
Apr 14, 2004 . . . Principal Rowat to be interviewed
on radio station, gym to be used for tea room and stage
performances (bands, oratory, greetings, fashion show)
, George Elliott to be given some photos to work from for
his school sketch, more items for sales table (commemorative
pins, pens, greeting cards, old yearbooks), rooms assigned
for display boards, First Decade Club organizing buffet
evening at Kawartha Golf and Country Club, still need other
decade evening events, some volunteer forms have been returned
by parents and local alumni, during April Earth Day neighbourhood
clean-up students will drop off notices about the reunion
||Apr 3, 2004 . . . ramping up of local advertising, weekly
updates to newspaper, community bulletin on cable, Chex request;
parent invitation and participation form sent home, discussion
of methods allowing post reunion alumni contact while respecting
privacy concerns; storage room discoveries revealed (some
great finds); students likely presenting fashion show, plays,
singing, reading - also discovering history of the area and
interviewing alumni for publication; discussion of methods
for distribution of documents requested by alumni; will proceed
with George Elliott's offer to create a sketch of AH; Garth
Choate has given permission to publish calls photos - need
to contact Parks Studios for permission as well - and Jostins
||Mar. 3, 2004 . . . furthered plans for student commemorative
publication, commemorative lapel pins, tea room by band,
games ideas, media awareness.
||Feb. 21, 2004 . . . This meeting will be rescheduled. Agenda
items will likely include the need for more volunteers to
organize decade events both in the school and in the community,
outlining of the day's events, strategies for advertising
the events, and student involvement.
||Feb. 7, 2004 . . . agenda includes event planning, CD or
Video keepsake, student history activities, need for volunteers
to organize decade events, plan a single sheet poster.
||2nd. mtg. Jan 10, 2004. . .with Principal, School Council
Treasurer, and three alumni volunteers.
||Discussions with the Parents' Council and Principal, Mrs.
G. Ernst- Rowat - 1st. mtg. Nov 4, 2003,