Cleveland H4 is still here and we finally found a gray beard that remembered our birthday! Cum join us as we celebrate our 33rd Analversary.
The Analversary Trail starts at 3:00pm Saturday on 1/27/18 from the hotel. NOTE: The hotel has changed from the original post. The hash hotel is the University Hotel and Suites (3614 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115). The hotel policy of the originally posted Holiday Inn is such that you can cancel free of charge up until 24 hours beforehand (this was double checked).
The on after will be at the Polish Legion of American Veterans (2442 Professor Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113). Dinner and beer will be provided. Haber is also included in the rego cost.
There will be a Pay as you go Pub Crawl Friday. The starting location is TBD.
As usual, if using PayPal to pay for the rego make sure to check the send to friends/family option so that there is not an additional fee. The PayPal email should be automatically coming up now but if it’s not then it is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The group rate for the hotel is $60 plus tax. Please read below for instructions on getting the the group discount.
If you plan on renting a room and want the group discount please add your mommy name to this spreadsheet:
This list will be given to the hotel manager and the rooms will be reserved. Yes, this seems to be an odd way of going about it but the hotel manager insisted that it would be too difficult for him to maintain the list of people making reservations with our group. Here is how that conversation went down:
Me: “Wouldn’t it be easier for everyone if I gave you the name of our group and people call and make there own reservations?”
Manager: “No. That means that we will have people calling and making reservations and then we have to keep a working list of the people in the group. Then we might have to deal with people canceling possibly.”
Me: “...umm isn’t that how hotels work?...”
Manger: “It’s easier if you give me a list and update it as needed.”
A sense of humor, whistle, your worst singing voice, a friend or a lot of friends, a change of clothes/shoes (this is Cleveland in January, warm clothes are encouraged) and long socks/pants