Shalom everyone.


In this installment of the TYJP Newsletter, please find details for the following events:
Thursday, April 7, 2005:  Board/Planning Meeting (Corrected Date Below)
April 10, 2005:  Geocaching

Also, mark your calendars for these events; more information will follow in subsequent Emails. 

    Thursday, April 21, 2005:  Happy Hour

Other activities that have not yet been scheduled are:

    Final Four Party


    Sushi Night


Due to a conflict in scheduling, the Zoo trip will be postponed.




TYJP will be collecting annual dues again this year in the amount of $5.00 per person.  Dues are necessary to keep the organization alive and active for expenses included but not limited to the web site and subsidizing of various large scale events throughout the year.  Members who attend events regularly are requested to pay dues to Josh Levy, Treasurer, in the form of cash or check payable to TYJP.



Board/Planning Meeting:
When:  Thursday, April 7, 2004

Time:  6:30 PM Board Meeting / 7:00 PM Planning Meeting

Where:  Michael C's House (RSVP for Directions)


It's that time of the year again.  It is time to plan TYJP events for the next quarter.  If you have any ideas or suggestions for activities or events for the time frame of May 1 through August 31, 2005, please feel free to come to the planning meeting.  We would love to see some new volunteers and ideas.  If you cannot attend the meeting, but have any ideas, suggestions, or wish to volunteer for an event, please contact Michael Cohen at [EMAIL PROTECTED].
We will meet at Michael C’s house for this meeting, to help facilitate easy communication between all those who attend; we have had trouble in the past with people hearing other people in noisy restaurants.  The Board will meet at
6:30 PM; the Planning Meeting will start at 7:00 PM.  We will order pizzas for those who attend (anyone eating may be asked to pitch in); if you have any preferences for the type of pizza you want, please indicate it in your RSVP.  To RSVP and receive directions to his house, please contact Michael C at [EMAIL PROTECTED].   



Geocaching / Treasure Hunting

When:  Sunday, April 10, 2005

Time:  1:00 – 4:00 pm

Where:  Meet at Deb's House    


Geocaching has been described as a modern day treasure hunt. Geocachers are given a set of coordinates that they enter into a GPS receiver; players then go and look for the cache, which is something that was hidden by some other geocacher in the past. Once you've found the cache, you sign and date a log book and maybe make a note for future cache visitors if you're so inclined.


The caches haven't been selected yet but there are 1723 caches in North Carolina alone so there are plenty to choose from. The plan is to split up into two teams  - or more depending on the number of palm GPS receivers we have among us - and let each team go off to find their designated cache. The caches that are chosen will be in the same general vicinity and of the same general difficulty rating. Whichever team finds their cache first "wins." Be prepared to do a bit of hiking/walking in the great outdoors, so dress appropriately and bring sunscreen/shades/water and whatever else may be useful/needed for an afternoon outside. 


Please RSVP to [EMAIL PROTECTED] by April 3rd to get directions and so that I can make plans for the caches/teams and GPS receivers. Please also let me know if you have a palm GPS receiver that we can use. 




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