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It’s In The
Sergeant At Arms ROARs
Listing Of Weekend Sales Sites
Wednesday, August 9
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It’s In The “New” P-I!
Executive Editor of
the P-I, Ken Bunting
The Seattle metro market has always been a competitive place. For years, the Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer competed in their own separate worlds, the P-I with the
morning paper, the Times in the afternoon. Even when the two papers merged in a Joint Operating Agreement to conserve on costs and reduce the necessity of operating two
publishing plants, the two papers maintained their personalities.
Now, however, the face of competition has changed. On March 6, 2000, the Seattle Times closed down their afternoon edition and began publishing only in the morning, in direct competition to the P-I.
Ken Bunting, Executive Editor of the P-I, visited the BBRC exclaiming, “I love competition, and competitive newspaper markets.” He must be ecstatic! More
Results of the 2000 BBRC Golf Outing show a tremendous effort in fund-raising as a prelude to the 2000 BBRC Raffle which gets underway next week. More
The District 5030 Leadership Center will open this summer for members of the District. Applications for enrollment are being accepted. Contact Dick Clarke.
We’re fishing for a few more people to
STUFF IT FOR THE RAFFLE!
10900 NE 8th, 2nd Flr
Large Board Room
If you’ve got an hour to
spare, please email John Martinka (or phone 425-823-8789)
The Youth Services Committee Chairperson needs your help! The list containing member names for service on
this committee has been lost – eaten by the dog. If you signed up for this committee, please contact Scott, so he can reconstruct his committee for the
coming year. If you don’t, it will be rather lonely at the top!
“It is not how busy you are, but why you are busy. The bee is praised, the mosquito swatted.”