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8 days to Skepchicamp!

I’d like to remind you all to get your tickets to Skepchicamp! March 6 is just a week away!

While we originally planned on having a group of 20-25, then upped it to 40… then 50… then 60, last week made room for 80 attendees! That’s 80 – as in Chad Ochocinco’s great-great-great-great grandfather Chad Ochocero. Right now, we still have about 25 seats available, and we’d like you to attend! And it’s FREE! So what are you waiting for?

Ok, it’s not FREE. It’s FREE*! But not in a FreeCreditReport.com kind of way. It’s free in that you don’t have to pay any money, but you have to help us out somehow. You can offer legal counsel for our big move into 501c3ville. You can report on our event for CLTV news. You can show up and move tables and chairs and give backrubs to Skepchicks… especially pregnant ones. You can, if you’d like, just give us cash to help… because cash always helps… especially since we’re still looking for a lawyer.

If you’d like to attend, get a ticket at our Eventbrite site, and shoot me an email at Elyse[at]Skepchicamp[dot]com to let me know how you’d like to help!

Elyse

Elyse MoFo Anders is the bad ass behind forming the Women Thinking, inc and the superhero who launched the Hug Me! I'm Vaccinated campaign as well as podcaster emeritus, writer, slacktivist extraordinaire, cancer survivor and sometimes runs marathons for charity. You probably think she's awesome so you follow her on twitter.

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4 Comments

  1. I move that next year we have a new position: “Supreme Volunteer Wrangler,” who takes care of all the folks who want to come and need a role. All of us other organizers send the Wrangler work we need done, and s/he delegates that work to people.

  2. @Akusai:

    Next year we’ll know what we’re doing!

    Also, next year we won’t create enough jobs for 20 people!

    And next year I won’t laugh in your face for your ridiculous “let’s form a nonprofit” idea.

    Actually, no. If you suggest forming a nonprofit next year, I will laugh at you… since being on the board of a nonprofit means that you should be aware that you are a nonprofit!

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