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The Gentlemen's Social Club

The Gentlemen's Social Club was created in the spirit of camaraderie and adventure. The GSC strives to grow a social network of men and encourage them to participate and even steward events or outings for the group.

Website: http://gscboston.ning.com
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA
Members: 5
Latest Activity: Jan 14, 2011

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Comment by www.TheBostonHomeTeam.com/blog on February 17, 2009 at 12:41am
Sure. What do you want me to exhibit? Is it a family event?
Comment by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) on February 16, 2009 at 8:13pm
Will. Dude, I would love to have you Exhibit at the March 11 Expo. Can you make it?
Comment by Carl Frappaolo on February 10, 2009 at 9:03am
Hey guys - the kids need your help.

Recent budget cuts
seek to slash the school budget. The proposed budget literally means
the elimination of entire programs in our schools, everything from
arts to AP Calculus; Pre-k to high school seniors. If you have a
(grand) child in the system, hope to have a (grand) child in the
system, had a child in the system, or simply care about the education
of our children, then please take action. What can you do?

For starters, call, e-mail and/or write our Mayor, and City
Councilors. (the contact info follows.)
If you feel you would like to get involved beyond that, joining a
coalition of parents from across Boston schools or attend meeting and
rallies, the let me know and I will put you in touch. But, minimally,
can't you take 5 minutes out of your day to call, write or e-mail our
city officials?

Write or say whatever you like, but for those of you that like the
ease of cut-and-paste, here is a sample and simple message that you
can send.

Sample message:
I am contacting you as a voting citizen of the City of Boston
regarding the proposed budget cuts to our public schools. These cuts
are unacceptable. I ask that you reject this budget and get more
creative, find ways to fund our schools. In the words of Boston's own
John Kennedy: ""Children are the world's most valuable resource and
its best hope for the future."


To whom you can send this to via phone, e-mail or post:
Sam Yoon, City Councillor, At Large
Sam.Yoon@cityofboston.gov
617-635-4217
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

Stephen J. Murphy, City Councillor, At Large
Stephen.Murphy@cityofboston.gov
617-635-4376
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

Michael F. Flaherty, City Councillor, At Large
Michael.F.Flaherty@cityofboston.gov
617-635-4205
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

John R. Connolly, City Councillor, At Large
John.R.Connolly@cityofboston.gov
617-635-3115
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

Thomas M. Menino, Mayor
mayor@cityofboston.gov
617-635-4500
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

John Tobin (He is the councilor that represents JP)
John Tobin@cityofboston.gov
617-635-4220
Boston City Hall, 5th Floor

THANKS

--
Carl Frappaolo
Co-founder and Principal
617-522-3011
cfraff@gmail.com
Comment by www.TheBostonHomeTeam.com/blog on November 17, 2008 at 3:54pm
Nevermind. I figured it out - duh.
Comment by www.TheBostonHomeTeam.com/blog on November 15, 2008 at 3:28pm
How do I add RSS?
Comment by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) on November 15, 2008 at 2:42pm
Will, thanks for organizing the awesome event last week. Grab the events RSS feed from the GSC network and add it to the reader here!
 

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