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[workhike] The Great Centennial Book Proofreading Party! · Tuesday, July 4th

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Organized by: Lucy Buchanan-Parker.

Start: Tuesday, Jul. 4th, 6:00 pm


LOTS of volunteers needed! Please help us out!

This is it, folks! The last chance to be part of the centennial book glory!

Get your name in the acknowledgements, earn the right to say that YOU helped make this happen. Get a sneak peek at this awesome book chronicling 100 years of VOC history. And of course, majorly help out the poor centennial book committee who has looked at this thing so many times that we are blind to the mistakes.

There are a variety of tasks and things that need checking, so you definitely don't need to be a spelling bee champion to be helpful. We will make sure you are given a task you are comfortable with. All you need is the ability to follow instructions carefully, and not get distracted (too much) by the awesome stories and photos.

We will meet in a room on campus (ANGU 235) with our laptops, a few paper copies, and some coloured pens. There will be prizes for those who find the most errors!

Rumour has it that an official centennial book committee photo will also be taken for inclusion in the book, so you definitely want to be there!

This is a huge task. PLEASE come and help us - we need as many eyes as possible!

And of course, this counts as a workhike :-)

The room is confirmed as ANGU 235.

Posted: 2017-06-18 15:08:33
Last modified: 2017-11-10 23:00:19