Today: Gerda & More Plotting
Saluton! Today’s meeting was waaay enjoyable, with frandaĵoj (frandi – to relish, -aĵo – stuff, frandaĵo = delicacy): Zingibraj briletaĵoj (Ginger sparkles) (thanks, Philip), chocolate fondue with bananas and little bread things (dankon Meryl), and my meager contribution of a bag of Twizzlers. Hehe.
Today we discussed briefly the St. Louis trip coming up Memorial Day weekend. We’re going to see if we can get the school to help fund our trip (especially the pricey lodging). I think our presence will be well-received, as the theme is somewhat involving how to activate the youth more. Also, I contacted a few of the other college Esperanto clubs to see if they’ll be coming as well. I’ll keep you updated!
As soon as the school lets us know if we can get refunded a bit for the “Teach Yourself Esperanto” books we’re going to have printed up, we’ll do it. It’ll be about $7.50 a copy (not bad!).
For the week-long Esperanto course, we’re going to have it at 5:00 Monday-Friday during the week after Spring Break, with hour sessions probably in some classroom in the FLB. Woo! Get pumped.
Today, we read all of Ch. 7 of Gerda and the first page or so of Ch. 8 (up to the beginning of 8.2 in the Lernu.net version). It’s getting much more complex, and exciting. 🙂
I may add more to this post later. I’m sleepy and have much studying to do. Good luck to everyone on exams and the like!
Entry filed under: Club Activity.