Thank you Jon. I meant Jon Wages but if you're available on 6/1, your help will
be well received. Hit me up sometime before the event and I'll make sure you're
covered. You would be able to enjoy the event as well. On Thursday, February
28, 2019, 12:52:04 PM CST, Jon Amos <jonamos@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If I'm the Jon you're referring to, I might be able to attend, be a runner,
help serve, etc, but I'll have to see closer to time. I don't actually brew,
nor am I a dues-paying club member; I just hung out with guys who were, back in
the early days of the club, and helped as I was able.
On Thu, Feb 28, 2019, 12:23 PM Stephen Jester <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
All,Brewfest 2019 has officially been moved to June 1st at the Civic Center.
Wade and Jay have to drop due to conflicts but I will keep them on these
communications for visibility.
I have solid confirmations from Karari Hanks and Chris Mcwhorter for June 1st
so please shoot me a quick reply confirming the new date if you haven't yet.
Chris Medaries and Michael Sawyer, Would you be interested and available to
participate as a homebrewer June 1st?
Jon, I have no idea how I missed you before now. Would you be interested in
participating in Brewfest this year at the Civic Center?
Who else am I missing?
On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 4:54:33 PM CST, Karari Hanks
Either day works for me, but I like the idea of more bathrooms and air
On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 12:18 PM Stephen Jester <thestephenjester@xxxxxxxxx>
There are conversations happening now about changing the date and venue to
Brewfest to June 1st at the Civic Center. I want to get your feedback and get
confirmation from everyone on the homebrewer front.
Moving to the Civic Center makes vendor setup easier, restrooms will be closer,
air conditioning, easier parking, and a streamlined check-in process for
I've expressed support for the switch. Please let me know what you guys think.
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