facilitation-fest-nyc

Month: 2018-06

2018-06-01

dzn 06:28:38
@sylin @olivebranch.a @fang @au a few questions that have come up while trying to organize with people who want to attend…
1. what if people need to step away for a meeting and then join again? Is that ok? If so, which are parts they must absolutely not leave for?
olivebranch.a 09:03:06
In vTaiwan, participants’ will is well respected, so they are free to log in, log out, join and leave whenever they feel like. But in the Reflection session, vTaiwan only welcomes those who have participated before in the previous stages. Just a reminder, I’m totally flexible with their attendance though. :blush:
Fang 00:36:29
In regards to the PO collaboration workshop, issue-related civil servants need to participate the meeting for preparation. All of the participants need to attend the full workshop from discover and define to co-creation. It's a more engaging set-up. There are very little people who can't participate the whole workshop in the real practice.
dzn 06:29:35
2. is it ok to consider allowing people to come for one day, what do you think of that?
dzn 06:29:40
3. if we want people for both days what is the minimum number of people to run a successful workshop?
olivebranch.a 09:05:57
5 people in vTaiwan part, since we need 5 groups of stakeholders for the Reflection Stage ( 1 person per group at least ) lol
Fang 00:02:03
12 people for the PO collaboration workshop part.
dzn 00:02:47
got it!
dzn 06:29:43
4. The NYC Civic Service Design Studio folk would like to show you all around their offices. I said 13th. Is that good? (@fang these are the folks you want to meet, right?)
Fang 00:00:34
@darshana 13th is perfect! Yes, these are the folks we'd like to meet. Thank you!!!
dzn 00:01:49
excellent! A few of them will be at the reception so you can meet them there and then visit them the next day.
dzn 10:14:54
@au would you also like to visit the NYC Civic Service Design Studio? TECO is planning meetings for you but for the 14th I think.
sure!
dzn 14:01:20
Great! I’ll let them know
dzn 14:02:09
I’ll come too. I have a friend who works there and shamefully have never been.
dzn 15:01:55
@itsmisscs @devin will add you to the list too, if you are interested.
itsmisscs 20:02:58
Sounds good!
devin 02:40:24
Sure thx
itsmisscs 23:08:33
Do we have a time for this?
devin 10:25:11
Did this happen/is it happening?
it did happen and it’s great
dzn 23:47:48
@devin sorry I didn’t follow up! Somewhere along the way this slipped through the cracks. If it’s any consolation, I couldn’t make it either. We can organize a visit. If for nothing else, to get those beautiful service design toolkits they have.
devin 23:49:24
lol no problem. Just happy it happened. :slightly_smiling_face:
dzn 06:51:24
In other news, the evening reception is getting very popular so I’m going to Taipei Economic and Cultural Office tomorrow to see how we can coordinate.
dzn 06:53:45
@olivebranch.a @fang @sylin let’s chat about how to introduce you and the work of PDIS at the reception.
dzn 06:55:13
we will also have 2 (hopefully 3) oculus set ups.
dzn 06:59:09
@au how long will your talk be?
I’m flexible. I prefer take questions from Slido and answer them instead of making a speech.
dzn 12:18:28
happy to do it however you prefer
dzn 12:19:46
to give you an idea of the audience.. govt, civic tech, media and some academics. Many of them may have only vaguely heard about what you are experimenting with in Taiwan.
dzn 12:19:50
50-75 people
OK. I think 60 minutes is good. 120 minutes will give coverage of all these aspects. 30 minutes minimum.
dzn 12:41:50
sounds good. I just spoke to Shu, she knows all the new developments. Will leave it up to you, shu, avross and fang to decide how you want to coordinate. Maybe someone else can give the talk and you can take all the Slido questions :slightly_smiling_face: Whatever is preferred.
dzn 12:48:54
Shu and I initially discussed 30 min but if that feels too tight, longer is fine too.
dzn 12:54:16
Thanks for being game!
sylin 12:16:46
@fang @olivebranch.a @au wanna check how you’d like to setup the place?
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1Zt3ksMO8SYs-naVeH6Fu0kZq_wV54FEx
dzn 12:17:50
give me the names of the set-ups you like and I will take it with me when I go there on Monday
olivebranch.a 12:40:46
Because we tell the participants to bring laptop, I think having some tables are important. I like the random seating setup in this one
0611 Opening till Exercise 2.jpg
olivebranch.a 12:42:29
This is the only one similar to U-shape table. We can rearrange the tables when doing exercise 2 (http://Pol.is|Pol.is trial), if possible.
0611 Stage 3 & 4.jpg
olivebranch.a 12:43:11
I like this kind of big circle. If removing the tables are possible, this would be great for open discussion.
0611 Open discussion.jpg
dzn 12:43:18
They have a very mobile space. We can definitely arrange in a U
olivebranch.a 12:44:59
I name the file name as sessions to indicate what I plan.
@null 12:46:44
@olivebranch.a commented on @olivebranch.a’s file https://g0v-tw.slack.com/files/U75JG2HV5/FAZQE439Q/0611_open_discussion.jpg|0611 Open discussion.jpg: If removing the tables will take too much time, we can just use the U-shape setup to do the open discussion.
0611 Open discussion.jpg
dzn 12:53:30
We can also chat about this on our call on Sunday! you can let me know what feels best and I will relate it to our hosts at the space. They are really sweet.
itsmisscs 19:56:50
@darshana @devin @katehnicholson @lizbarry @patcon any thoughts on next direction with logo?
itsmisscs 19:57:07
Looking for feedback/input or will make a choice (but i don’t like deciding for all of us)
dzn 23:26:31
oh wow. They are all so good. She is super talented!
dzn 23:27:47
One of the hands one I think.
dzn 23:28:46
The globe one captures a lot I think. People from different places around the world.
dzn 23:31:16
(although as always the pink one gets me going)

2018-06-02

Fang 00:00:34
@darshana 13th is perfect! Yes, these are the folks we'd like to meet. Thank you!!!
Fang 00:02:03
12 people for the PO collaboration workshop part.
Fang 00:36:29
In regards to the PO collaboration workshop, issue-related civil servants need to participate the meeting for preparation. All of the participants need to attend the full workshop from discover and define to co-creation. It's a more engaging set-up. There are very little people who can't participate the whole workshop in the real practice.
Fang 00:41:58
This is the set-up on 12th June, 9am-3.30pm. There is one table for workshop conductors and 4 tables for participants in this photo. We need 1 more table for participants. Each table will need to seat 6 people maximum.
0612 9am-3.30pm set-up.jpg
Fang 00:48:59
This is the set-up on 12th June, 9am-3.30pm. Each table gets 1 big plain poster stick to the wall near by them or on a big cardboard like the ones in the photo. I'm only referencing posters on the wall from this photo.
0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 1.jpg
Fang 00:49:03
This is the set-up on 12th June, 9am-3.30pm. Each table gets 1 big plain poster stick to the wall near by them or on a big cardboard like the ones in the photo.
0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 2.jpg
Fang 00:53:47
This is the set-up - a big round table on 12th June, 3.30pm-5pm. It would be good to leave a space for projection.
0612 3.30pm-5pm set-up.jpg
dzn 05:55:10
@itsmisscs update on filming stuff? Should we be making space in the schedule for Christian?
dzn 10:13:57
Good news on the reception front — Taipei Economic Council Office in NYC will sponsor snacks and beverages for the reception! :cake::fish_cake: :tropical_drink:
itsmisscs 20:03:17
Fantastic!

2018-06-03

@null 04:45:34
@darshana commented on @fang’s file https://g0v-tw.slack.com/files/U3NT8U4K0/FB03M2PLK/0612_9am-3.30pm_big_plain_poster_papers_on_the_wall_1.jpg|0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 1.jpg: They have the giant poster boards. I saw them the last time I went. Can get them.
0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 1.jpg
dzn 08:00:12
g0v_training_reception_invite.pdf
dzn 08:00:59
Hi everyone. The invitation to the reception ^^ If you have any changes you want made please let us know by Monday morning ET.
dzn 08:01:25
yay to @katehnicholson for making this while in the desert of New Mexico and for putting up with me :flushed:
@null 11:18:02
@fang commented on @fang’s file https://g0v-tw.slack.com/files/U3NT8U4K0/FB03M2PLK/0612_9am-3.30pm_big_plain_poster_papers_on_the_wall_1.jpg|0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 1.jpg: @darshana That's great! Could you please get 5 of them. Thanks!
0612 9am-3.30pm big plain poster papers on the wall 1.jpg
olivebranch.a 17:21:23
@darshana I updated all the slide and listed 5 seed comments for the two topics on google doc. Million thanks to your valuable feedback! :nerd_face:

2018-06-05

devin 11:58:59
Event preview post on Gotham gazette is up --> http://www.gothamgazette.com/opinion/7711-taiwan-s-radical-participatory-democracy-training-is-coming-to-new-york

Gotham Gazette

Taiwan’s Radical Participatory Democracy Training is Coming to New York

(photo: John McCarten/NY City Council) Many people are wondering whether rapid advances in communication technology will improve or degrade American democracy. Last decade, the answer seemed to be: improved! Wikipedia’s growth showed us the unimaginable “wisdom of the crowd,” WordPress made it possible for the world’s smartest people to share their thoughts with everyone for free, and Google was quickly “organizing the world’s information” for the benefit of all. Democratic utopia, here we come! Now, the narrative has shifted and it appears to many that technology is degrading democracy. Twitter is an addictive cesspool of fake news, trolling, and hypocrisy. Facebook is selling user profiles to the highest bidder, who then use them to manipulate us in remarkably effective ways. Uber, Amazon and myriad other “startups” are automating away the economy we’ve known. To many in the United States, the future looks like some combination of Terminator, Idiocracy, and Wall-E. Fortunately, the negative visions of today are just as myopic as the positive ones of yesterday, and the lucky few who’ve been invited to the upcoming vTaiwan Open Consultation & Participation Officers Training will shortly understand why. This unique two-day event, being held June 11 and 12 in Midtown, will be the first English-language training delivered by Audrey Tang and members of the team that successfully implemented radically effective participatory democracy programs at the federal level in Taiwan. Invitations have been sent to New York City Council members, city employees deeply engaged in work related to citizen feedback generation and analysis, and nonprofit staff that do technology-enabled community organizing. The public is invited to attend a post-training afterparty where Tang and the vTaiwain team will be available for schmoozing. To understand why Taiwan’s participatory democracy programs are so interesting we have to look at their history, which for the sake of this article begins in 2014 with the Sunflower Movement, an Occupy Wall Street-style social protest that fueled a movement for genuine, participatory democracy. The movement occupied the Taiwanese legislature, turned on livestreams, and showcased the type of consensus-based decision-making participants and supporters wanted the government to implement. The public was captivated by the movement and supported participants’ demand for the creation of a “Digital Ministry” to facilitate and further develop the type of participatory decision-making systems they were using. After a month-long occupation of the Taiwanese legislature, the government capitulated and appointed a movement leader, Tang, as “Digital Minister” with the stated goal of “helping government agencies communicate policy goals and managing information published by the government, both via digital means,” Over the last four years, a constellation of participatory democracy programs has emerged. vTaiwan is a public consultation process that uses a wide range of online and offline tools and techniques to bring the public through an ORID-style process that results in a clear directive to the Taiwanese government about what should be done. To date, 25 national issues have been discussed through the vTaiwan open consultation process, and more than 80% have led to decisive government action. The Participation Officer’s Training Program helps civil servants within diverse departments leverage insights from the vTaiwain process, as well as from Digital Service Organizations from around the world, to make their government agencies more open, horizontal, transparent, and responsive to the public. These two approaches: vTaiwain for public participatory and PO trainings for government employees, offer an increasingly holistic vision of a technology-enabled democratic future we can all be optimistic about. And it’s coming to New York City -- and the English-speaking world -- for the first time. ***Devin Balkind is a technologist and nonprofit executive who works on civic technology projects in New York City. On Twitter @DevinBalkind. Balkind is the executive director of Sarapis, the nonprofit fiscal conduit for this event. Any profits from the event (none are anticipated) will be reinvested in participatory democracy work in New York City. {module Author Opinion}

dzn 22:45:17
hey. looks good!
dzn 22:45:24
can you do one thing please.
dzn 22:45:43
can you modify the after-part bit to make it sound more stand alone
dzn 22:46:50
say that it is a reception where Au and her team will be giving talks about their work available to chat. That way people will know that they will get a lot out of just coming to the reception (if that’s all they can make)
dzn 22:47:54
Thanks!
itsmisscs 23:33:48
Nice work, @devin
dzn 00:05:40
Also, @devin if it’s published ignore my nitpicking. Looks great!! :slightly_smiling_face:
devin 02:04:09
Okay I'll see if Ben can add the line.
dzn 04:47:27
:slightly_smiling_face:
dzn 22:58:33
Hi @itsmisscs @lizbarry @patcon @katehnicholson I think we are ready to promote the reception. Start spreading please! Invite here — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taiwan-open-government-reception-tickets-46472831490. (@katehnicholson the Taiwan ambassador needs to approve your lovely invitation before we send out.. still waiting on that)

Eventbrite

Taiwan Open Government Reception

On the evening of June 12th, the NYC node of the global g0v-network is hosting a reception in honor of Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang, and members of the Public Digital Innovation and Service (PDIS) team and Participation Officers (PO) program.   7-8PM Digital Minister Audrey Tang and her team will speak about Taiwan's highly effective methods for large-scale civic deliberation and citizen-government collaboration in crafting national legislation, policies and programs. Afterward, the Taiwan delegation will be available for questions and conversations.  You will also have the opportunity to enter the Virtual Reality commons Holopolis and glimpse a future in which we can all connect to and immerse in public policy deliberation anytime we choose. This opportunity has been made possible by the largesse of ThoughtWorks, Inc  and Personal Democracy Media. Refreshments will be provided, by the generosity of the Taipei Economic and Culture Office in NYC. We invite you to be a part of this reception!  This event concludes a 2-day June 11&amp;12 vTaiwan Open Consultation and Participation Officers Training workshop organized by the g0v Network in NYC and led by the Taiwan delegation to share methods that power the award-winning vTaiwan process and Participation Officers Program. If you are interested in the training please visit our website.  Questions? Email: <mailto:nyctraining@gov.network.com|nyctraining@gov.network.com>  These event has been made possible with the support of think tank American Assembly, the Awesome Foundation, civic organization BetaNYC, studio and network Orbital, our location partner Prime Produce and non-profit organization Sarapis.

itsmisscs 23:33:08
Yup! Been sending it out. Doing some one to one emails today
dzn 22:58:35
Thanks!
dzn 23:01:58
The summary so far — I’ve posted it on orbital, BetaNYC and Prime Produce channels. We should tell key people to promote (I have spoken to Noel, Christina and Gary.. please chat with anyone else you can.) @nathan.p.storey sent it through the gov channels. @devin will get it out through gotham gazette. I’ve written to Civic Hall, Data&amp;Society and GovLab. Writing to Awesome Foundation. Anyone you personally know in these channels please write to them. 1 week left! Thanks!!

2018-06-06

itsmisscs 00:36:27
Where’s the login information for eventbrite? I don’t see it on the credential library doc (@devin)
itsmisscs 00:41:58
@darshana Would you be able to update the revenue tab with what we’ve received from sponsors? Once I get access to eventbrite, I can add in the ticket details.
dzn 01:11:47
Hey. Here is the reception invite -- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taiwan-open-government-reception-tickets-46472831490

Eventbrite

Taiwan Open Government Reception

On the evening of June 12th, the NYC node of the global g0v-network is hosting a reception in honor of Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang, and members of the Public Digital Innovation and Service (PDIS) team and Participation Officers (PO) program.   7-8PM Digital Minister Audrey Tang and her team will speak about Taiwan's highly effective methods for large-scale civic deliberation and citizen-government collaboration in crafting national legislation, policies and programs. Afterward, the Taiwan delegation will be available for questions and conversations.  You will also have the opportunity to enter the Virtual Reality commons Holopolis and glimpse a future in which we can all connect to and immerse in public policy deliberation anytime we choose. This opportunity has been made possible by the largesse of ThoughtWorks, Inc  and Personal Democracy Media. Refreshments will be provided, by the generosity of the Taipei Economic and Culture Office in NYC. We invite you to be a part of this reception!  This event concludes a 2-day June 11&amp;12 vTaiwan Open Consultation and Participation Officers Training workshop organized by the g0v Network in NYC and led by the Taiwan delegation to share methods that power the award-winning vTaiwan process and Participation Officers Program. If you are interested in the training please visit our website.  Questions? Email: <mailto:nyctraining@gov.network.com|nyctraining@gov.network.com>  These event has been made possible with the support of think tank American Assembly, the Awesome Foundation, civic organization BetaNYC, studio and network Orbital, our location partner Prime Produce and non-profit organization Sarapis.

dzn 01:12:06
On the move so can't fish out password yet.
dzn 01:13:14
The other thing we need to do is update the website with the changes @fang added for PO. Some of the information we have is not accurate. Her content is in the website content doc.
dzn 01:13:48
The people coming are listed in the attending tab of the facilitation main spreadsheet
itsmisscs 02:38:48
Hi folks, do we want to offer lower cost livestream tickets?
itsmisscs 05:54:39
Are we having a 10pm call?
itsmisscs 07:09:12
@darshana @sylin @fang @olivebranch.a ^^
dzn 07:09:40
Shu and Fang just got here!!
itsmisscs 07:10:23
Sweet!! So is that a yes or a no, resting time and we shall reschedule?
itsmisscs 07:18:47
Let me know what we plan! Either I stay up or finish a few todos and crash. Will be stateside tomorrow.
olivebranch.a 07:44:59
Hey :wave: I’ll skip this one. Got other work to do :nerd_face:
sylin 07:57:34
let’s skip this meeting then. I will prefer some sleep tonight
itsmisscs 07:26:37
@darshana when you have a chance can you resend a mailchimp invite to nyctraining@g0v.network? thank you!
Fang 22:12:02
@darshana This is the PO Network website http://po.pdis.tw

po.pdis.tw

PO Network

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sylin 06:33:22
will update the meta soon ..
itsmisscs 01:16:23
:lollipop:

2018-06-07

itsmisscs 05:28:49
I will link that. Taking a look at those content updates tonight. Just got back to US time zone
itsmisscs 05:28:57
How’s nyc @fang?
Fang 05:35:25
@itsmisscs Cool! The weather is nice! Had a picnic in Bryant Park during lunch time. We're now setting stuff up for PDF at NY Law School.
itsmisscs 05:38:35
how lovely! i’m looking forward to meeting you this weekend. Sadly I’m missing PDF. Taking a facilitation course in DC these next couple days.
Fang 05:41:03
I'm also looking forward to meeting you this weekend!
Fang 05:45:19
@itsmisscs I've got a question for you in regards to printing. Among those materials require printing, the size of the Idea Development Sheet is big which is 1750 mm (width) x 841 mm (height). It can be printed with a plotter but I'm not sure where to print them. It usually takes a few working days to print stuff with a plotter. I've called vista print earlier and they are not able to do it. I wonder if you will get a chance to send the file and get a quote from a printing place? We will need 3 copies.
itsmisscs 05:50:46
good to know! i’ll move that to the top of my priority list. is the file in the hackfoldr?
Fang 05:56:01
Yes! It's in the hackfoldr. It's probably the best to see the files require printing on google doc ( page 8 ) as I've include hyberlinks, number of copies and size. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E-wqamROVahCgzbHi4W8NwDEnKiKRkVUoMtK0jawnOc/edit?usp=sharing
itsmisscs 05:59:47
+1 thank you
itsmisscs 06:26:30
I’m going to assume we need 3 (3 tables). I’m sending the email out tonight. if my assumption is wrong, just let me know by tomorrow mid-morning
itsmisscs 06:28:35
@fang do you have the original design files? there are some typos. i can correct them if you point me to the source
Fang 06:37:39
@itsmisscs Yes, we need 3 tables instead of 5 due to the change of the number of participants.
Fang 06:39:20
@itsmisscs Yes, I do. I'll upload them and send you the link.
itsmisscs 08:36:49
i’m going to see about a quote for 4 just in case but i’ll plan on 3
Fang 12:51:50
@itsmisscs Thank you! The original design files are uploaded! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1qJHHUeZ5nmR3xixE5GgDK336SuCABGc7?usp=sharing
itsmisscs 18:09:44
Thank you, @fang
itsmisscs 01:17:23
I’ve sent out the quote for 4 tables just in case we have capacity and also to have a backup.
itsmisscs 01:18:09
The print shop is close to PDF. Someone will need to pick it up tomorrow before 5pm. I don’t get back into town in time and they are closed over the weekend.
itsmisscs 01:18:50
If push comes to shove, we can do a monday morning pickup
itsmisscs 02:09:38
Confirmed!!! Materials will be ready for pickup tomorrow before 5pm at Print Mor https://printmor.com/contact/
itsmisscs 02:55:29
@fang any preference on matte or semi-gloss for the idea development file?
Fang 05:53:55
@itsmisscs Matte would be good! Thanks!
itsmisscs 19:43:17
Awesome. That's what I went with. Also cost savings.
itsmisscs 05:39:21
@devin @katehnicholson do either of your fams have housing options for 1 person?
devin 06:33:23
I think so. For whom?
itsmisscs 18:09:26
It’s for an attendee. Her name is Jennifer Atlee. She’s coming in from Boston and one of Nathan’s invites.
katenicholson 22:03:18
In a pinch, I could probably swing it but it’s not an ideal set up.
itsmisscs 01:12:34
let’s not push it then, @katehnicholson. ty though!
dzn 10:19:19
Fang and Shu are staying with me and Avross with a friend so I don't think we need a place. @itsmisscs who were you thinking of?
tinabeans 21:33:12
@darshana @itsmisscs do we have confirmation of volunteers for prep? also I wanted to check in on dietary restrictions of attendees. thanks!
dzn 21:34:13
hey. email to attendees with dietary question has been sent out
tinabeans 21:34:49
ok great. for the record i’m still keeping everything vegan unless i have info otherwise
tinabeans 21:35:09
but i am most concerned about allergies, because of the day 1 lunch format.
dzn 21:36:05
@itsmisscs has a friend who wants to volunteer volunteer with prep
tinabeans 21:36:57
is this friend cordelia?
tinabeans 21:38:09
i’m wondering, if i can’t get confirmation EOD today, whether i should start reaching out to my network. please advise!
dzn 21:39:39
Evan.
dzn 21:39:51
But yeah. will confirm by end of day for sure!
dzn 21:39:56
2 people?
dzn 21:40:19
Nikki is coming too if you want to ask her
tinabeans 21:44:45
ok, is evan willing to do both time slots? (Sunday afternoon, Monday night)
itsmisscs 21:45:44
Evan is able to do Sunday. He is seeing about Monday but he has class. He can take a make up though
itsmisscs 21:46:23
As for dietary restrictions, I haven’t heard anything back from folks. Oversight not to put it on the eventbrite since we ditched the first application
itsmisscs 21:46:32
i can help out on Monday, too.
itsmisscs 21:46:51
You’re good for Sunday though
tinabeans 21:55:55
Ok awesome!
tinabeans 21:56:09
Thanks for confirming
tinabeans 21:57:54
I think the plan for my end is to do all the grocery shopping Sunday morning, then bring it over to the space at 2pm on Sunday. I’ll likely need to get a Lyft to move all the groceries.
itsmisscs 21:58:18
okay let me see if Devin can help with the car if not, lyft works
tinabeans 22:00:06
sounds good, thanks!
itsmisscs 22:02:17
fyi he’s currently out on the west coast. let’s expect confirmation sometime this afternoon
itsmisscs 22:02:25
do you need a hand at the store?
tinabeans 22:07:20
i can get Yang to help w groceries. we’ll be doing the majority of the shopping at the park slope food coop bc their ingredients are cheap and organic, and we’re both members so it would be easy!
dzn 22:45:32
David also has a car and can help
dzn 22:45:45
but if Yang doesn’t mind… :slightly_smiling_face:
itsmisscs 01:13:06
haha ya, you can’t take non members into the store :stuck_out_tongue:
tinabeans 22:08:15
Hi! Any updates on dietary restrictions or allergies?
tinabeans 22:09:40
Also I’m assuming no volunteers for Monday night prep so i’ll reach out to my network! ( I think we are ok with just Cordelia in Sunday)
tinabeans 22:10:38
i will ask david about car
tinabeans 22:19:17
or... i dont know why i didnt think of this until now. i could just place a freshdirect order to the space
itsmisscs 23:03:34
Hi Tina. Evan is already planning on coming tomorrow, is that okay?
itsmisscs 23:03:53
I’m available to help Monday eve, too, but I haven’t found others, no. Reaching out to your network would be great
itsmisscs 23:04:19
Still haven’t heard back from anyone on dietary restrictions or allergies so let’s proceed forward with what we know
tinabeans 00:05:22
ok thanks!
tinabeans 00:05:36
evan is a prep volunteer or car person?
itsmisscs 00:09:28
prep volunteer
itsmisscs 00:09:53
@darshana is in touch with David if you need a car.