San Francisco STC May 17 meeting

Subject: San Francisco STC May 17 meeting
From: Bob Seitz <bobseitz -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 May 1995 10:41:32 -0700

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San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication

May Meeting

The Alexander Technique and the
Prevention of Repetitive Stress Injuries

John Baron, a practitioner of the Alexander Technique, which uses
movement and exercise, will give an overview of the Alexander
Technique and will talk about how it relates to preventing repetitive
stress injuries in the workplace. Mr. Baron, a member of the North
American Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique and a
specialist in the treatment of orchestral musicians, believes that we
can avoid many repetitive stress injuries. Questions from the
audience are welcome.

We have a new Reservations and Hospitality Manager.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 17, 1995
6:00 p.m.: Networking and hors d'oeuvres
6:45 p.m.: Program
Meetings are usually on the 3rd Wednesday of the month

WHERE: Stagecoach Restaurant, Wells Fargo Room
Wells Fargo Building
44 Montgomery Street at Sutter Street (downstairs)
Downtown San Francisco
A short walk from the Montgomery Street BART Station

ADMISSION: Including hors d'oeuvres:
$10 for STC members with reservations
$12 for all others

SAN FRANCISCO Reservations and Hospitality Manager:
CHAPTER: Nicole Howard, (415) 381-1646
Membership Manager: Pat Huey, path -at- sybase -dot- com
President: Martin Ash, mash -at- sybase -dot- com

RECORDED SF STC Events Hotline
INFORMATION: (415) 985-7121

INTERNATIONAL Voice: (703) 522-4114
STC OFFICE: Fax: (703) 522-2075
BBS: (703) 522-3299
e-mail: stc -at- tmn -dot- com
ftp: /pub/stc
Society for Technical Communication
901 N. Stuart Street, Suite 904
Arlington, VA 22203

STC is the Society for Technical Communication, an international
nonprofit organization of over 16,000 technical writers, editors,
illustrators, printers, publishers, educators, students, engineers,
and scientists in all areas of technology. The STC's mission is to
provide timely and innovative programs and services for the education
and professional development of its members.

Bob Seitz, Publicity Manager
San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication
bobseitz -at- netcom -dot- com

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