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Thursday, July 28, 2005

If you like BOOKS...

WHAT AN EVENT!

The Adoxist Society is holding its monthly book swap-meet on Saturday, November 26th, 2PM at Seattle's Best coffee shop downtown.

This monthly book swap gives English speakers in Daegu a chance to exchange books, and talk about literature and other stuff, as well as meet new people.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

Bring any old books you no longer need or want to read!

Straight-swap them for ones you want, or use them as collateral for ones you want to borrow.

THE ORGANISER...

The Adoxist society is a literary society made up of foreigners in Daegu who like books and don't mind people.

The swap-meets are held last Saturday of every month.

Come and check it out Saturday November 26th at 2PM.

THE ADOXIST SOCIETY

Thursday, July 07, 2005

HOW TO FIND YOUR WAY AROUND THIS SITE

The index to what can be found on our blogger is here:
CONTENT GUIDE

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

AGENDA for 15 JULY meeting (Adoxist)

(work in progress)

The ADOXIST SOCIETY
B U S I N E S S of the E X E C U T I V E C O U N C I L

AGENDA of the executive council (the board), meeting No. 34, from 9:45AM Fri 15/July/2005

1) confirm minutes of meeting No. 33

2) the timetable for meetings of the Adoxist board:
34: Friday 15 July 2005 at 9:45 AM, thereafter at book swap meetings.

3) discussion and review of website (weblog) now in progress

4) discussion on an intake of board members

5) donations and organisations to work with; including SOS Childrens' village, yheesun.com, and the Summer Orphanage (awareness) festival. Possible contact person Sin Ae Suk.

6) treasurer's address and update on treasury

7) (discussion) the Adoxist library

8) (discussion) The Adoxist Society Press

9) (discussion) book swap-meets

10) question of when to buy books, and where to send them to
11) matters relating to selection of logo for seal, stamp and letterhead as delegated to Mr. Schwartz and any other member of the executive who wishes to talk to relevant people as necessary; includes possible interview with representatives from the graphics department

12) new business; additional items with leave of committee members

MINUTES of the executive council (the board), meeting no 33, from 9:45AM at North Gate Duncan Donuts.
Fri. 17/June/2005 Newman, Schwartz, Smith present.

1) minutes of meeting no. 32 confirmed

2) the timetable for the meetings of the adoxist board:
34: 15th July; and thereafter at or before the book-swap meetings.

3) discussed and reviewed website (weblog) now in progress

4) discussed intake of board members

5) forwarded discussion on donations and organisations to work with; including SOS Childrens' village, yheesun.com, and the Summer Orphanage (awareness) festival. One possible contact person is Sin Ae Suk.

6) forwarded update on treasury

7) discussed matters relating to selection of logo for seal, stamp and letterhead as delegated to Mr. Schwartz and any other member of the executive who wishes to talk to relevant people as necessary; includes possible interview with representatives from the graphics department, and that this item is to beplaced on the bottom of the agenda.

8) discussed Adoxist Library

9) forwarded discussion on Adoxist Society Press

10) discussed book swap-meets, decided that they will be held on the last Saturday of every month at 11:30AM starting time; aim for the venue to be Seattle's Best coffee house; and that the first one is to be held on July the 30th, 2005.

11) forwarded question of when to buy books, how to buy books and where to send them to, and that this item is to be placed on the bottom of the agenda.

12) no new business.

THE EXECUTIVE of the ADOXIST SOCIETY
R. SMITH - Chair.
J. D. NEWMAN - Secretary, Master of the Keys, Associate Events Co-ordinator.
B. SCHWARTZ - Treasurer, Events Co-ordinator.
M. W. R. SEELEY - Keeper and Affixer of the Seal.

THE BOARD
R. Smith, J. D. Newman, B. Schwartz, M.W.R. Seeley, D. Monkman, J. Cameron, M. Long.