News from the VRT Atlanta Gala Chair

Lisbeth Goldberg (Lgoldb@co.arlington.va.us)
Mon, 6 May 2002 06:42:22 -0700 (PDT)

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Dear VRTers & Videolib subscribers,

The ALA VRT Atlanta Gala 2002 is going to be great!=20

This is your opportunity to tour the Fox Theatre, a National Historic =
Landmark, to meet members of the Atlanta Indie Film Community, and to meet =
with friends & colleagues. So, go to www.ala.org/vrt and print out the =
gala flyer. [Our new webmaster Cecilia Hurt has done a great job, so be =
sure to check out the newly updated VRT website!] Or, look for the text =
version of the order form in a recent videolib posting from your VRT =
Treasurer, Nell Chenault. Then complete the ticket request form, write =
that check, and mail it right away so you won't be left out of the fun. =
Tickets must be purchased in advance of the event, and there are exactly =
150 tickets to be sold.=20

Please note that your 'VRT Spring News" should arrive in the mail by early =
next week with more information about the gala, including the flyer insert =
to purchase tickets =AF another opportunity to fill out that form!=20

If you're wondering why the VRT Gala tickets are so "inexpensive," that's =
due to your hard working Executive Board and especially to the "generosity=
of our financial supporters." As of April 30, these are: California =
Newsreel, Distribution Video & Audio, Films for the Humanities and =
Sciences, Follett Audiovisual Resources, Ingram Library Services, Library =
Video Company, Live Wire Media, Lucerne Media, Midwest Tape, Quality =
Books, and Video Librarian. We also thank those vendors who have already =
donated door prizes for the event.

Looking forward to seeing many of you there! lg

Lisbeth S. Goldberg
AV/Media Services Librarian
703-228-6339
lgoldb@co.arlington.va.us

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Dear VRTers & Videolib subscribers,
 
The ALA VRT Atlanta Gala 2002 is going to be=20 great! 
 
This is your opportunity to tour the Fox Theatre, a = National=20 Historic Landmark, to meet members of the Atlanta Indie Film Community, = and to=20 meet with friends & colleagues. So, go to www.ala.org/vrt and print out the gala = flyer.=20 [Our new webmaster Cecilia Hurt has done a great job, so be sure to check = out=20 the newly updated VRT website!]  Or, look for the text version of the = order=20 form in a recent videolib posting from your VRT Treasurer, Nell Chenault. = Then=20 complete the ticket request form, write that check, and mail it right away = so=20 you won't be left out of the fun. Tickets must be purchased in advance of = the=20 event, and there are exactly 150 tickets to be sold.
 
Please note that your 'VRT Spring News" should arrive = in the=20 mail by early next week with more information about the gala, including = the=20 flyer insert to purchase tickets — another opportunity to fill out = that form!=20
 
If you're wondering why the VRT Gala tickets are so=20 "inexpensive," that's due to your hard working Executive Board and=20 especially  to the "generosity of our financial=20 supporters." As of April 30, these are: California Newsreel,=20 Distribution Video & Audio, Films for the Humanities and Sciences, = Follett=20 Audiovisual Resources, Ingram Library Services, Library Video Company, = Live Wire=20 Media, Lucerne Media, Midwest Tape, Quality Books, and Video Librarian. We = also=20 thank those vendors who have already donated door prizes for the=20 event.
Looking forward to seeing many of you there! lg<= /DIV>
 
Lisbeth S. Goldberg
AV/Media Services=20 Librarian
703-228-6339
lgoldb@co.arlington.va.us
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