Meeting Minutes

March 2014 Meeting minutes

Meeting was held at ECCC headquarters and was called to order at 2:15 pm.
The meeting started with introductions where everyone talked about their favorite Lego book.

Sean Edmison gave an update on Bricks Cascade which is next weekend (March 7-9) in Portland.  There are about 10 SeaLUG members currently going.  If you take a trip down keep and eye out for them.

RJ gave and update on Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) which takes place March 28-30.  Setup will be Thursday March 27th 8am – 8 pm.  If you have a MOC you want to display, but haven’t already submitted it to RJ, please do so soon.  The LEGO section of ECCC is already 60% allocated!  RJ will send out setup instructions (where to go, parking, etc.) closer to setup date.

Thomas Garrison is coordinating Superhero City for ECCC.  It is a modern-day, minifig scale city.  If you have something to contribute, please contact him directly.

Wayne talked about Brickcon spring exhibition which is happening April 26-27 at Freighthouse Square in Tacoma.  Setup will be Friday April 25th.  There are no central themes.  Displays will be organized and coordinated by club.  The club contacts are:
– SeaLUG – Sean Forbes
– ArchLUG – Anu Pehrson
– PSLTC – Steve Walker
– SquathLUG – Josh (?)
If you have something to display, contact the proper club coordinator.  Each club will get free passes for people displaying, otherwise tickets are $7.25.  Registration is open now.

Registration for October Brickcon Convention should open (hopefully) at the end of March.  Public tickets will be available starting May 1st.

April’s meeting will be held at Carnation Library (4804 Tolt Ave. Carnation, 98014) from 1-5.  Tax season books large rooms quickly and this was the only available one that could hold us all.  There will be multiple mini-drafts of the new Chima animal sets.  Bring one or several.
70123 – Lion Legend Beast
70124 – Eagle Legend Beast
70125 – Gorilla Legend Beast
70126 – Crocodile Legend Beast
70127 – Wolf Legend Beast

The meeting concluded with Show and Tell and the draft.