A Message from the Geographer-At-Large
Dear Friends of Kcymaerxthaere,
Over the years, I've had a recurring thought: wouldn't it be neat to send people postcards from the different plaque sites around the world? We hardly ever get fun things in our snail mailboxes anymore. And I also thought it would be a way to connect all the different people who care about Kcymaerxthaere. And more important: how can I give you all who have been supportive a gift?
So this idea has been kicking around for a while – along with another idea: shouldn't those cards add up to something?
So we are thrilled to announce the 2011 Kcymaerxthaere Postcard Series. (And yes this is the event I posted on the Facebook page over the weekend.
I think of them as the mystery postcards. There will be about one per month – at least 12.
If you sign up now – they are free. We need your best email (in case this one is not it) And we need a snail mail address.
After April 1, it will be $45 for the year for folks signing up on the site (even that is a good deal).
But please do it – you will get some nice stamps and cool pix.
Each card will feature one of the plaque sites and be mailed from a post office nearby to your address. So it will be a tribute to that piece of the Kcymaerxthaere story.
And there will be information on the cards that will add up to something – exactly what will unfold before your eyes. For that, there will be a modest prize.
Kcy UpdateGreetings from Kcy headquarters. We are exited to share the news of a new Kcymaerxthaere website that will be launching in April 2011. The new website will better serve as a place to follow and support the Kcymaerxthaere project as a member, interact with the Kcy community, and get informational updates on Kcy happenings taking place in a city near you. We are grateful for your support and look forward to connecting with you on our new site.
More Kcy Unveiled
We are thrilled to share the news of a new completed Kcymaerxthaere historical site and plaque located in Deming, New Mexico. The Geographer-At-Large and local Kcy crew worked to complete the site in February of this year. We look forward to the Kcy community posting photos of their visits from the new Kcy addition.
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