[Ubuntu-US-PA] Free Geek Penn in Ephrata, PA

jim fisher jedijf at myfisher.org
Sun Jan 18 18:38:16 GMT 2009

OMG - What a GREAT place to have a JJ Release Party!!

On 1/18/09, jim fisher <jedijf at myfisher.org> wrote:
> I think it's pretty close to some of the 'philly area' members as well
> - It's only an hour and a little bit from me, and probably real close
> to our northern montco people; like chinnodog, pleia2, matt moss...
> Oh, yeah, and our malvern'ish people too - andrew, lamalex(at home),
> and others...
> So yeah, a field trip may be in order.  Maybe in the Spring.
> On 1/18/09, Kevin Valentine <kevin.valentine at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi John,
>> Good to hear!  I'm curious if anyone in central PA has heard of this
>> group.  I'll attempt to open up a dialog with the FG people.  I'm sure
>> they'd appreciate a little warning before a gang of LoCo members show up
>> on their door step.
>> -kevin
>> John Back wrote:
>>> Hi Kevin,
>>> I just checked out the website which seems to have some communications
>>> issues and Free Geek seems quite interesting. Let me know when you
>>> plan to go and I'll be happy to join you.
>>> Happy New Year,
>>> John
>>> Kevin Valentine wrote:
>>>> I just discovered there is a Free Geek in PA.  Even though it's a
>>>> little
>>>> over an hour away from me, I'm more inclined to go to a FG instead of
>>>> NTR once a month:
>>>> http://freegeekpenn.org/
>>>> I want to make a trip out there in a few months (long after the baby
>>>> arrives).  If any of you Philly people want to make the trip out there
>>>> with me, let me know and we can car pool.  Perhaps we can meet up with
>>>> some central PA LoCo people for noms and booze :)
>>>> So, any of you interested in checking this place out?
>>>> For more details on FG, here's the mother of all FGs in Portland:
>>>> http://freegeek.org/
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