From: Kate Bedard
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 11:16 AM
To: Ed Wall...
Subject: Re: Falls MADD
Let me know how you do w/ Home Depot or Bargain Outlet;as you know, corporate sponsors are tough to land. Knowing the cost of materials first will give us a greater sense of feasibilty. If a wood supplier is found perhaps Rocky's could be approached to supply the nuts & bolts? I will assist you as needed. - Kate
From: Edward G, Wall
Sent: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 9:46 am
Subject: RE: Falls MADD
That is a great idea. I will contact Home Depot or Bargain Outlet and see if they would be willing to do something as a community sponsor in the way of materials.
From: Kate Bedard
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 10:39 AM
Subject: Falls MADD
It was terrific to see aesthetic improvements in progress on the Hass property(even though not owner directed); we can only hope it inspires others along Main St. to follow suit! With all our discussion on what able-bodied volunteers can contribute to the event, we should be mindful of those who can only contribute in a non physically demanding manner. Who will be overseeing the refreshment, parking, and info area? Perhaps committee members should not only be visible but mobile to ensure the event runs smoothly?
In regard to Ed's idea of installing a simple fence along the backside of the parking lot across from The Egg & I, perhaps a business(s) would step forward as a materials sponsor. I'm sure we could find volunteers willing to install it. Of course, the cost of materials will not come cheap.
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