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[Seattle Go Center] Open on Saturday, Closed on Monday

Dear Members,

 

This Memorial Day Weekend, we will be open on Saturday for informal lessons and casual games, from 1-8 p.m.  But on Monday, May 28, Nick’s class will not be meeting.  By the way, last Monday, 25 people came for his game with Andrew Jackson.

 

Cheers,

Brian

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[Seattle Go Center] Go center open tonight

Hey folks,

I'm subbing for Drew tonight. I will open the go center around 6:30p for our weekly SDK-level study group. Please come in for games and discussion.

-Lucy

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[Seattle Go Center] Mike Malveaux is your new Program Manager

Dear Members,

I am pleased to announce that the Directors of the Seattle Go Center have selected Mike Malveaux to be the Program
Manager for the center. This is a new part time position with responsibility for classes, workshops, visiting pros,
outreach and school programs. Mike will also be updating the website, the mailing list, and our social media. I will be
continuing at the Go Center as Operations Manager, with responsibility for the building, the bookkeeping, and for tax
reports.

The Hiring Committee interviewed three candidates for the Program Manager position, and all three were well qualified
to do the job. However, when it came to teaching beginners, teaching in the schools, and organizing Go events, Mike's
experience was particularly impressive. Mike ran Go clubs in two schools in Tacoma around 2000 - 2006, and he was a
frequent volunteer at Seattle Go Center events up to 2010. He has run or helped run about 25 tournaments, and he has
been a mainstay of the Tacoma Go Club, and now the South Sound Go Club. He did graphics for the 2005 Go Congress,
and for several Summer Go Camps. In 2011, he started teaching snowboarding at Snoqualmie Pass to children and
adults, and from 2013 - 2017, he was a paraeducator in public elementary schools, helping students with behavioral
challenges.

Mike will continue to live in Tacoma, and he plans to keep up with the South Sound Go Club. He hopes to commute to
Seattle by bus, and to get some reading done on the way. He will be at the Go Center next Tuesday, May 29. Please
welcome Mike!

Brian Allen
operations@seattlego.org

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