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The 19th will also be our holiday party

From: Becki
Sent on: Sunday, December 9, 2012 5:25 PM

Hey everyone-

With family getting together, office parties being thrown, and all the other winter festivities going on, hey why night just add another holiday party to your schedule?

So I have decided to make the 19th, a regularly scheduled meetup, our holiday party,  Feel free to bring food our beverages  (nothing alcoholic please as I would like to be able to keep our space), and of course games.

In addition, I will also be collecting for Toys for Tots, so feel free to bring a new, unwrapped toy (nothing with knives or guns).

 

Also, we will have a loot swap  (basically a yankee swap, white elephant swap, or whatever else it is called in whatever region you may have grown up in. )   This is optional, but you must bring a gift if you want to particpate.  Gifts should be about $10. Everyone brings a wrapped gift and is randomly assigned a number. The first person picks a gift and unwraps it. The next person picks a gift and unwraps it. If they like what person 1 has better they can swap. The difference between this way and other Yankee swaps I've been to begins in the third round. If person 3 swaps gifts with person 1 or person 2, then that person can choose to swap with the remaining person. Each gift can only be swapped once per round. The swap will start around 8:00

 

Come if you can, otherwise, have a good holiday, be it Kwanzaa, Christmas, Hanukkah, or Festivus   :-)

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