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September 2000


The President's Message

Sundial SIG Leader Needed

by Steve Schiffman

The Sundial SIG is searching for a new SIG leader. Due to increased teaching assignments at the consolidated campus of Eastside Christian Schools, Sheridan George has submitted his resignation as the Sundial SIG leader. Sheridan's teaching duties have shifted from computer related subjects to being the math instructor, so he is working up five new lesson plans for the year. In addition to his teaching duties, Sheridan has also become the school's bus driver. These new school assignments have overloaded Sheridan's time, necessitating his resignation as the Sundial SIG leader.

I want to thank Sheridan for all his contributions in forming the Sundial SIG and making it such a success.

In order to continue the Sundial SIG, we need a SCOUG member to step forward and accept the Sundial SIG leader position. The activities involved are to coordinate the monthly meeting activities with Sundial Systems and to write up the program topic for the SCOUG newsletter. Sundial would still like to support the Sundial SIG, but we need a member to be the SIG's leader and coordinator.

Please contact SCOUG President, Steve Schiffman, if you would be interested in serving as the leader of our Sundial SIG.