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Please rate your interest (10 being the most interest) in the following activities.

Select from - to 10 for each of the following options. Your rating will help me plan events for the year. As always, you may email me with suggestions - just click 'email me' under the Organized by section on the left. 10 means you have a lot of interest in that event. A - means you have no interest in that event.

Jan 24, 2009 58 so far

Please rate your interest in the following books for our future book club meetups.

Please rank the following books which we might read in a future book club meetup. ~~~Please don't participate in this poll unless you are interested in attending said book club meetups.~~~ : ) You can check out Amazon or another website to learn more about the title. As a disclaimer, I have not read any of these books. They are not all about vegetarians or being veg. In Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life for example, the family raises chickens and buys other animals to eat. The book is more locavore focused. Merely they are books that we might be interested in that loosely relate to eating, environment, animals, health etc. Some suggested by members, others I came up with. : )

Jan 2, 2009 17 so far

Should our members be required to have a profile picture that is actually their own picture?

This topic comes up from time to time, so I thought I'd pose the question to all of you. The purpose of meetup is to meet in person, make friends, share resources, etc. If we are all planning to meet, should we have our picture posted? If someone is hosting an event, whether at their home or out somewhere, is it a courtesy and/or potential safety issue to know in advance what people you are meeting look like? Just some thoughts. Please post if you feel it should be required or not that we all have real pictures of ourselves.

Feb 10, 2011 72 so far

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