Sunday, February 14, 2010

Young@Heart - The First step!

I discussed in my last post about Young@Heart club. It was an absolute fun to organize our first meetup! The meetup really consisted of young, younger and the youngest with Mr. Prakash who is touching 60 years being the youngest :)

The discussion lasted for almost 2.5 hours and was really informative. Mr. Jayant who is an outsourced CFO brought out some really interesting point about how to make it a self sustainable group.

Few snapshots of the meetup...

Place in the photo: Woodstock Cafe Joint in Indiranagar.
My take on the place: A perfect place for meetups. The food is very tasty and the ambience is also good.



And finally after lot of brainstorming, we all agreed upon to organize a light fun activity for our older kids (senior citizens is a banned word in our group):D

The next big task is to figure out that light fun activity. Do pour in your ideas for any such activity! That's all for now... Stay tuned for the next update :)

More details about the meetup group can be found @ http://www.meetup.com/YoungHearts/

10 comments:

lostworld said...

They say 'well-begun is half done' !!!!:-)) Wish you the best. Keep us updated.

BK Chowla, said...

My best wishes to all of you on your efforts.

R. Ramesh said...

lemme join chowla ji in wishing u all the very best

Mohan said...

That is a great start! Wishing you and the older kids from Young@Heart a very best.

Krishna said...

You have a nice blog here..very personal and good readership..Keep up the good work..and when you find time please drop in to KeepWrite...you can always find something interesting to read in there..

Thanks again to have taken time to read and comment !!!

Krishna said...
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R. Ramesh said...

my friend..that's one shock i am so used to...so much that it doesnot shock any further heheh.

Dhiman said...

My Best Wishes too for the Young@Hearts Club...

R. Ramesh said...

hey thanks ya:)

Haddock said...

Good to hear about the meet and the "youngest" one in the lot.
All the best for the future ones too.