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Date: 05 June 2016
Board@quelab.net, Officers@Quelab.net, email@example.com
PRESIDENT'S OPENING REMARKS
The most remarkable thing about Quelab and it's greatest asset is it's members. Each and every person that comes here brings something special: a talent, a viewpoint and experience working with interesting problems. Each person gives us the gift of their time and willingness to teach what they can. Some on a more formal basis and some on an as needed basis.
Over the past few years Quelab has grown exponentially. As I look around Quelab I find it remarkable to that we have gone from a house and a dream to a warehouse hosting a remarkable range of tool/work areas. The range of skills is awe inspiring. Metal, wood, photography, fiber arts, 3-D printing, laser cutting and a whole range of computer/programming activities. You can even build bee hives here. Amazing!
The reality is that getting here was no small thing. The hundreds and hundreds of man hours needed and the leadership needed to get to this point were given by those with a vision of what could and can be. Truly, at this point we need to thank these folks for their service and their gifts of time that we all benefit from. I would like each of my Board Members to stand and say how many years they have served. I would also like to have my past Board Members stand and do the same. The current Officer Corps also needs to stand and state time served and in what capacity. Any Officers that served previously, I would ask that you stand and state the same.
What we see here are our leaders that serve month after month and year after year. For me, it is especially important to acknowledge Geoff who stepped into the breach to be our President as well as our accountant and board member. He has given us an amazing gift of time and talent.
Changing the procedure for becoming a Quelab member.
Instructables Hackerspace contest -adric
Yard Sale run by Darren Moody
OFFICERS STILL NEEDED