Let me add my voice of appreciation for your research. Castro and Duboce is right in my neighborhood, so the location would be very convenient for me. However I would tend to oppose meeting somewhere for which we are expected to pay or make a donation. I'm also concerned that a room at the hospital would feel too cold and institutional. Can you describe precisely where the room is, so I could go by and have a look at it myself?
Yours in liberty,
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Thanks, Clay. Please note that we are meeting at Cybelle's in April
regardless of a new location decision, but we'll take up this
possibility at or before that meeting to apply to May or later.
> I have a room that I think would work great.
> CPMC's Davies campus, at Castro and Duboce, has a LARGE conference
> room where I did my orientation. It's big enough to hold at least 50
> people. It has several tables big enough to seat four people on a
> side, and they are laid out in sort of offset rows, so that people can
> be seated in a classroom fashion for presentations on the large
> projection screen. We can move the tables however fits us best, and
> just put them back when we're done. Also, I know they have food in
> there all the time, so as long as we clean up after ourselves,
> ordering pizza should be no problem.
> For those of you who don't know, Davies hospital is just a few blocks
> west of the Safeway at Church and Market. It's a pretty central
> location, and a very nice little neighborhood, also accessible by the
> N Judah.
> They're a non-profit, so it's free. A donation is considered polite.
> I was thinking of making one lump sum donation for the year, so it
> would seem more substantial than a buck here and there. I'll donate
> up to 50$ of my own money, because hey, we're all about private
> charity right?
> I was thinking I could reserve it for next month's meeting right now,
> and we could see how we like it. If we decide it works, I'll hand
> over a little lettuce.
> Here's a map:
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