Re: Class Agenda

The following messages are taken from three emails sent this morning:


Thank you for you comment Mick


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From: Maus, Mickey
Date: Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 8:01 PM
Subject: RE: Class Agenda

At times we dwell to much on joys and concerns. I agree with you
these could be e-mailed in to you in advance. You will still get a
few that will need to be addressed that day. I think you are doing a
great job.



V.M. “Mickey” Maus – Sr. Market Manager
(918) 510-0622
(918) 512-4174 Fax

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Thank you for your comment Pam


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From: Sherman, Pam
Date: Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 8:14 AM
Subject: RE: Class Agenda

I too appreciate the tough job that William is doing. As an
occasional teacher of this class I know how daunting getting up in
front of this group of folks can be so I know that John and I
appreciate the job that William is doing.

I also do believe that joys and concerns are the key to our class. We
tried previously to have a ‘box’ where people would drop joys and
concerns into it and it would be read to the class. That might work
for some but I think for the majority of people they would like to
voice what’s on their heart.

We might try both for a while and see how that works, but in any
event, I want to reiterate that we should thank William for his
willingness to step up when no one else was interested. I’ll get off
my soap box for now.

Thank you Lord for this wonderful group of people who can air their
differences and come together for the good of all.

Pamela Sherman
Right of Way Administration and
Support Manager
Phone 918.596.7619
Fax 918.699.3476

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Thank you for your comment Skip.


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From: Skip Scott
Date: Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 5:54 AM
Subject: Re: Class Agenda

I believe that our joys, concerns, and announcement section is very
important, but the problem is people won’t sit down in a timely
manner. when we first attended the class, it was very bothersome not
to be able to get to the coffee, people mingle in front of the doorway
and snack table, we have a very large classroom and people mingle in
the way. the president tries to get people to sit down but he is
ignored for a period. William is doing a great job. i believe he
stepped out of his comfort zone to take on this job. My hat is off to
him. keep doing what you’re doing and maybe we can all be happy.

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