Michigan Family consensus

Stephen R. Johgart (sjohgart@igc.apc.org)
Sun, 08 Aug 1993 20:40:05 -0700 (PDT)

It's late, so I'll be brief.

At the wonderful just-ended Michigan Regional, the following
letter to the Wisconsin family (who requested this info) was
approved by consensus of a council called to discuss the issue
(roughly 20 people present at consensus call):

"Our dear brothers and sisters from Wisconsin family:

"As of August 7 1993, consensus was reached that:

"The Michigan Family is not at the forefront of a movement for a
National Gathering in Wisconsin '94.

"Furthermore: we'd like to express our apologies for any
misperceptions or miscommunications.

"We strongly respect the desire and vision to gather there in

Incidentally, bill-i, who was mentioned by name in two pieces of
information regarding a Wisconsin 1994 Gathering, though not
present at consensus, had spoken in favor of the ideas contained
in the letter, and was totally approving of the letter when it was
read to him later. In the council, bill-i spoke strongly of his
desire for a united family and his intention to see the Family in

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