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Have you ever wanted to get out and DO SOMETHING but none of your friends could go, or your hubby was too tired, etc? This group is for ladies that want to have fun and try new things or do the things you want to be doing more often. This group will be open to single ladies, married ladies, with kids, no kids, Seattle area natives, new to the area, all shapes, sizes, and ages. I really want this group to be friendly and welcoming to all.

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Please read the following information on the group:

  1. Have a current profile picture so we can easily find each other at events.
  2. There is an annual dues of $5 for the group. This helps cover the costs Meetup charges to run a group. It starts after a 6 month trial period. You can pay through Meetup or to Cyndy (the Group facilitator) directly or through Venmo/Paypal (this info can be provided as needed).
  3. This group is a woman's activity group, the purpose is to have fun, be social, and make new friends. Let's shoot for low drama, be supportive of each other, and keep gossip to a minimum. We are all part of this group with the intention of Getting Out of the House :).
  4. Be respectful of other group members and employees of venue's where the event is being held. Any disrespect will need to be addressed. This group might not be for everyone.
  5. As with many Meetup Groups, No-Shows & Late cancellations needs to be addressed. Many events have wait lists, if you have RSVP'ed YES, please try to keep your RSVP. If you are not able to make it, update your RSVP as soon as possible to allow those on the wait list ample notice that they have been moved from "WAITLIST" to "GOING". Changing your RSVP the day of the event doesn't allow those on the waitlist much notice. Also please don't be a No-Show! Sometimes things happen, and it is understandable, but it would be great if this group could have as few no shows & late cancels as possible. It isn't fair to the Event Host that arranged the event or the other attendees.
  6. Appreciate your Event Hosts for researching the event, putting it together, and hosting. Keep complaints to a minimum. You may not always like the time, place, venue, etc. but you can choose which events you want to go to and skip the ones that aren't that appealing to you.

Thanks for reading through these notes and let's get out of the house and have some fun!

~ Cyndy

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