[EMS Discuss] New space will need source for tables and chairs.
Fri Dec 20 18:05:07 PST 2013
Good point, Austin. I've quickly put together some reasonable-looking
tables with just MDF and 2x4s, and with some features like paint and
routed edges could actually look pretty nice. Pretty heavy and not
store-able, but could certainly do. Maybe we could come up with a
reasonable design that can be collapsed but is still very solid in use.
On 12/19/2013 7:57 PM, Austin McKimmey wrote:
> I have had ideas for new tables to build for the space. I have
> discussed it a bit with a couple other members. So in reality if we
> can source some nice material, we could build them our self. If anyone
> is interested let me know and we can descuss plans and ideas for
> building new tables for the space.
> On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 11:49 AM, <EMAIL HIDDEN
> <mailto:EMAIL HIDDEN>> wrote:
> Greetings all,
> Sorry if you're on a committee and get this twice.
> As you all know, the new space will require revenue beyond just
> membership dues to be successful. Kassie is
> developing a structure for for-fee classes which we hope will
> cover a significant portion of the shortfall. The
> initial classes she will be teaching herself, but anyone in the
> community that needs classroom space is welcome, so
> please spread the word or teach one yourself if you care to.
> To make this work, one thing we will need is an attractive and
> usable classroom setting. One of the largest needs we
> have identified so far is for tables and chairs. So, does anyone
> have a good idea where we can get these cheaply? Do
> you know someone who works for the school district? The City? A
> company that is remodeling their conference area?
> Any ideas are welcome. Matching chairs that fold or stack would
> be ideal, but we can work up to that if needed.
> Likewise, the tables.
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