April 21, 2006
Dear Fellow Lions:
In order to cut down on out of pocket expenses, it was decided at the last LEO meeting that we would not renew the PO Box rental. Please send all Baker memorbilia to:
If you have any questions concerning the Baker Collection, please contact David Barrow, firstname.lastname@example.org.
I personally apologize for any inconveniance this delayed change of address may have caused to those of you that had items returned due to my oversight. Please resend the items COD to the above address for we really do appreciate the contributed memorbilia that keeps Baker's spirit alive.
Enjoy your day,
Sylvia Head, '79
Columbus, GA 31903
Webslave to http://baker.hs.org
Once a Lion, Always a Lion at Heart!
August 10, 2005
We now have the addresses set up to which you can send in your Baker memorabilia:
Use this for most things you would like to send via US Mail. If you have larger items or would like to send something UPS or FED-EX, please send it to:
Everyone get on the ball and send us everything you can spare. I for one am chipping in all my annuals (3) except my Senior year. I have other items to give and hope you all will help make this a great project.
As mentioned before, the alumni association members will go through everything and turn over to Columbus State University everything possible to make their collection for the CSU Archives one for all of us to be proud of.
If you have any questions, please direct them to me at email@example.com.
Thanks to all for your help, David Barrow, '57
August 2, 2005
Okay Gang, everybody start getting their stuff together for the Baker Collection.
In the next few days I will email everyone with addresses they can send their Baker memorabilia too.
The Alumni Association met with Reagin Grimsley, Assistant Professor, Columbus State University. Mr Grimsley is in charge of the Archives at Columbus State. We (Alumni Association) will collect items for the Baker Collection and submit them to CSU. Anything you might have concerning Baker (at any point in time) will be considered for the collection.
Please remember that once the item or items have been turned over to Columbus State, they then become the property of CSU. Make sure you want to give your items for a permanent collection.
Please be watching the @Baker site for info and directions on how to send whatever you may have.
David Barrow, '57