An announcement from Daniel Mandell on behalf of the SHEAR Anti-Temperance League:
You may have heard of the SHEAR Anti-Temperance League, which was begun years ago by the esteemed Horace Mann and continues its tradition of meeting one evening during the annual meeting at a local tavern. This year in Cleveland the League will begin at its gathering a new tradition, to commemorate comrades who have died during the past year. SHEAR has no forum for that purpose, and the League’s gathering seems the proper informal setting. This year the League will gather at the Marriot bar, aka SHEAR Central, starting about 8 pm, and at 9, we’ll gather on the other (quieter) side of the lobby, where we can talk, hear (!), and remember our colleagues. No RSVP is needed, nor any password — although if there were a password, it would probably be “Horace Sent Me.”
Please contact Daniel Mandell, either through the Anti-Temperance League Facebook page or via firstname.lastname@example.org, with the name(s) of any colleague(s) you wish to remember.