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CLIG Spring Party 2010

City Legal Information Group, for which I am currently membership secretary, has just announced details of this year’s Spring Party.
We’ll be enjoying the views across the City from the 31st floor of Broadgate Tower, one of London’s newest landmarks. The Spring Party is always fun with a hotly contested quiz, a raffle of generously donated prizes and of course wine and canapes.

I’m looking forward to this, not just because it is being hosted where I work, and I know that people will love the view. There’s something really mesmerising about being able to see so much of London and beyond. Full details and the booking form are on CLIG’s website.

It will also be my last Spring Party as a CLIG committee member. I am going to be stepping down as Membership Secretary at this year’s AGM and leaving the committee altogether. It’s been a great 3.5 years since I joined – only a few months into my first full-time post as a librarian. At that time the most relevant contribution I could make was from my experience organising events and I clearly remember saying little more than ‘Hello’ at my first committee meeting. That in itself is remarkable if you know how often I talk too much!

So if you’re looking for a way to contribute to our profession, to expand your knowledge and bring your set of skills ‘to the table’, I’d recommend volunteering for a similar opportunity.


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