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Old 01-01-2003, 02:50 PM   #8
Dojo: Waiuku Ki Society
Location: New Zealand
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 68
Jun Akiyama (akiy) wrote:
Hi everyone,

So, quick question. Rob had first envisioned that we have an auction for the entire lot of items that we gathered, but I had a thought as I woke up this morning in the first day of 2003.

Do people think a raffle would be a better idea? We could ask for something like US$5 per "ticket" and then we could draw a "winner" for each item. How does that sound to people?

Also, a heartfelt "thank you" to Rob, Gri, and the folks at Bu Jin Design for their contributions so far!

-- Jun
Hi Jun, I don't mind at all. Just whatever you think would raise the most funds. The raffle is probably quite good as it spreads out the 'prizes'.
Erik knoops wrote:
Fifty years ago one good go on things on good faith alone. Unfortunately it is no longer that kind of world anymore. I hate to be the one asking the "nasty' questions, but how do I/we know this is legitimate?
Hi Erik,

I think you do have a right to know if you are going to send goods or cash etc.

Personally, I am going on the old good faith.

Hope you find an answer to your question Erik.



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