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Rsvp'ing for hikes

From: Keith F.
Sent on: Monday, April 16, 2012 3:37 PM

On behalf of most, if not all, hike organizers, I would like to remind everyone that it is not necessary to rsvp no when you never intend to go on an event.  When you do the hike leader get's an email message.  We have 820 members.  If 10 people are going on a hike that leaves 810 that are not.  We do not need to know the name of each of those 810 people who choose not to go and it clogs up our email box.  If you rsvp "no" so you can put in a comment about something like "I hope to make it but may have to work", that is ok.  It's nice to know if someone might make it.

Thank you for your compliance.

Keith F

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