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Sat Feb 6 1pm Snowball Fight of 2010

Rhys Gerholdt CarbonfreeDC (
http://www.carbonfree...) cell:[masked] __o _ `\ <, _ ...... ( • ) / ( • )...... [Dress well - If shoes not waterproof wrap your socked feet in saran wrap or fit socked feet into plastic bags then into shoes] [Note also - temperatures are predicted to be right at freezing. If it gets too hot (Global Warming and Local Warming - we will have rain and no snow or snow that gets washed away -- tell all your friends to turn off or down the heat in their homes and offices and not use their cars and not generate heat in other ways so that we can have snow and not rain. Keep Winter Cold!!] Please see the invitation below. Please consider passing this on to your friends or colleagues. Hope you can make it too! ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Rhys Gerholdt <[masked]> Weather reports indicate Washington, DC could have a snowfall of historic proportions this Saturday -- perhaps as much as 24 inches... While some folks will be hunkered down in their houses clutching their canned goods, CarbonfreeDC invites you to make the best of it by getting together to have a glorious day of snowman making and snowball fights! With the roads closed and the city shut down, this is the perfect chance to jump on the Metro, get outside and be a kid again! :) So grab some friends (or make some new ones) and come celebrate the blizzard of 2010 with a fun day in the snow! You bring your hat and gloves, CarbonfreeDC will supply the hot chocolate (and bathrooms) less than a block away. Spread the word and invite the neighborhood! RSVP here: Where: At the huge snowy field one block south of 236 R St NE, Washington, DC, 20002 Directions from Metro: 236 R St NE is a 10 minute walk from the New York Ave Metro Stop on the Red Line. .5 mile See Google Map Directions [Alternative - From Shaw Howard Metro Stop take the R Street (south) exit then Straight East on R Street to 236 R Street NE 1.1 mile - for the adventurous and hardy and fit only ] Exit the metro stop and exit towards Florida Avenue. Walk north on 2nd St NE one block and then turn left at New York Avenue. Walk two blocks and then turn right onto Eckington St. Walk one block. The field will be on your right. Questions? E-mail Rhys Gerholdt at [masked]; if you're on your way and are having problems finding the field, call his cell at[masked]-1323. Please remember to RSVP here:

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