Sunday, March 18, 2007

That went well.

The club gained 4 members on Friday!

I do believe that Friday is a good time to meet; the Baxter Center's hardly ever in use then. I'll see if I can't schedule the center for the first Friday of spring quarter, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM again. If no one else is using it, we'll hang around longer.


Greg said...

Does the model railroad club at NSCC still exist? I'd like to join!
My mom lives in Auburn. I happen to live near Spokane. But I come visit her every now and then.
Where are you guys located? When do you meet?
I am an Amtrak buff! I don't work for them, but that would be my dream job!
Right now I'm a custodian for ABM Janitorial. I'd like to be a Coach Cleaner for Amtrak in Seattle some day.

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