Business Meeting Times
Thu Oct 29 13:12:16 CST 1998
Dear Scott and Community,
CEDA Executive Council Meeting
5:00-6:10 PM Friday, Nov. 20, Gibson Suite Second Floor Hilton
CEDA General Business Meeting
9:30-10:40 AM Sat Nov. 21 Room 548 Fifth Floor Hilton
CEDA General Business Meeting
5:00-6:10 PM Sunday, Nov. 22 Clinton Suite Second Floor Hilton
>===== Original Message From Scott Deatherage =====
>Carrie: When are the business meetings? I haven't paid my NCA dues yet,
>so I didn't get a program. Thanks in advance. SD
>At 11:48 AM 10/29/98 -0600, you wrote:
>>Dear Bear and Community,
>>In response to Bear's request for information, I would like to share a
>>tentative agenda with you all. (You should know that in years past, the
>>agenda has always come out in the November Executive Secretary's Report.
>>will do the same this year. That report will be sent out next Tuesday I
>>believe.) Also, as I have always said in the past, if anyone has anything
>>that they would like to add to the agenda, please feel free to contact me at
>>any time ccrensh at bama.ua.edu or 205-348-8072. I intend to have my report
>>you next week (The first day of NCA is Nov. 20th. I have also asked all of
>>these relevant actors to post their reports to e-debate before we go to
>>This year, no one has submitted any constitutional amendments or items for
>>agenda thus far. Consequently, the agenda thus far will include:
>>We will have reports from the officers on their various responsibilities.
>>Executive Secretary Report
>>We will have reports from the Project Teams about their work.
>>Advocates for Diversity
>>Committee on Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
>>Quality of Life
>>We will take nominations for Officers.
>>We will discuss the PR campaign.
>>We will discuss any new business.
>>Hope that helps. I will keep you updated as NCA approaches.
>>I also would like to join you in your commendation of Gary for his service.
>>Thanks Gary for working for our organization.
>>>===== Original Message From Michael Bear Bryant =====
>>>As far as elites go, Gary Rees is to be commended for his service. I still
>>>think it's a crying shame that the leaders of CEDA won't identify what's on
>>>the agenda for NCA. I won't use the word "elites" for fear of stirring more
>>>conspiracy claims - a response that got old a long time ago.
>>>Isn't there anything more on the agenda than some resignations and some
>>>internal in-fighting over prized positions? Come on, Carrie, I really
>>>that you were trying. What's on tap for New York?
>>>Like, am I asking an improper question?
>>>In a message dated 10/28/98 2:09:01 PM Mountain Standard Time,
>>>grees01 at mail.coin.missouri.edu writes:
>>><< As former chair of the nominating committee and former mid-america
>>> regional rep I guess I qualify, even though illness has forced me to
>>> resign from both positions. Nominations are still being taken by the
>>> nominating committee, including Shawn Whalen, Ken DeLaughder, Sam Nelson,
>>> and ML Sandoz. Nominations (including self-nominations) remain open for
>>> 2nd Vice President, Executive Secretary, Treasurer, and North Central
>>> Regional Rep, South Central Regional Rep (and now I guess my former
>>> position of MidAmerica Rep). I don't know about any other activity
>>> planned by the "elites".
>>> I plan to finish the year attending a few tournaments, especially those
>>> that are short and close to home. My diabetes has progressed to the point
>>> that I am fighting infections in my extremeties and cannot be on my feet
>>> as much as tournaments (and driving to and from) require. I love debate
>>> dearly and those of you in the debate community have been very good to me.
>>> I will miss it badly. Unfortunately, I think it is likely that my
>>> administration will not add another position to replace my debate
>>> activities and debate will cease at CMC. I will be unable to attend the
>>> UMSL tournament this weekend because my wife is facing major surgery on
>>> Friday, October 30. Thanks to all, and my apologies to Carrie and the Mid
>>> America region for not being able to complete my duties in office.
>>> Gary Rees
>>> Central Methodist College >>
>>Carrie Crenshaw, Ph.D.
>>Director of Debate, University of Alabama
>>President, Cross Examination Debate Association
Carrie Crenshaw, Ph.D.
Director of Debate, University of Alabama
President, Cross Examination Debate Association
>From Thu Oct 29 14:07:19 1998
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Yes, there is a program at Duke. We're pretty young,
pretty small, and haven't gone out yet this year, but I
project that you'll see us popping up on some of the break
lists at tournaments over the course of the year. If
anyone has any more speceific questions about Duke Debate,
please backchannel me.
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