I know Pierre is feeling the impact of leaving this community. I know he will miss everyone more than he can tell. I wonder if at the November meeting we could have a "keep coming back" party for him. I suspect that he will want to continue to be a part of this community and it could be really important to him in the silence of the west North Carolina winter to remember that he is welcome to come back, to visit or stay, any time. His lease here will not expire until the end of November. I would be glad to bring a cake for the group if that seems appropriate. S
From: Francis Kenji Kellen <[address removed]>
To: aspergers-81-announce <[address removed]>
Sent: Tue, Oct 29,[masked]:03 am
Subject: [aspergers-81] New Organizer
Fellow Aspies and kin,
Greetings. Hope everyone is doing well. As you know Pierre has stepped down as Organizer and has asked me to step up. I will be asking some of you to help me run the group as I won't be able to do it alone. I know I can count on you. I have been a part of the Aspie group for 8 years. I feel honored and privileged being a part of the group. Over the course so far, I have been given awards and recognized for my services in the community. I could not have done this without Pierre's help or yours. In part, these recognitions are Pierre's as well as yours. I can't thank you all enough. And thank you Pierre. Let's continue to help make this group grow and be a great group. See you all at the next meetup. PEACE
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