Dear guests, As some of you may or may not know, the "First Annual
Sushi Bridged Open House" has been postponed. As much as we wanted to
have the event this year (Nov 20th 2010) we aren't able to for the
Funding, we were unable to secure the proper funding for the type of event we wanted to have.
partially because of the funding issue we were unable to secure the
proper venue with the proper equipment/space needed for this event .
weather, because of the above reason our only choice would be to have
the event out doors and the problem with that is the weather. It's just
too cold out to do so. There is also that chance of snow, sleet,
freezing rain and stuff like that. Also, travel becomes an issue this
time of year. We have to think those who don't drive or come from other
regions of the state.
We apologize for any inconvenience and/or
disappoint this has caused you. We plan to have this event in the
spring between March 14th 2011 (the beginning of ACCC spring break) and
April 25th 2011 (the end of OCHS spring break) to give you an idea of
when this event will be.
We will let you know by next month the
exact date and time. The exact venue will come later. We will also let
you know if we will be having regular club meetings between then and
Clear your calendar for this one! We promise we wont disappoint!
Thank you so much for your support, The Officers and Co-founder of Sushi Brigade: An Eastern Culture Society.
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