I was reading the blog of a local upcycling carpentry company here in Cleveland, Ohio. "Piece of Cleveland" salvages lumber from razed buildings and creates new furniture. The former Stanard Elementary School was one. The Stanard site is now a big community garden. Some of those old bricks now grace my garden walkways. It has been rumored that our beloved game of four square was born on that playground. Could you confirm or correct that notion? -Steve 10/3/2010
Here are the notes from our Strategic Planning Meeting from Sep 21, 2010. I'm posting them up here for league members and other interested individuals to read and comment on. You'll also find these on the Facebook group as a discussion topic.
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There were five sections that included broadening league membership and diversity, communicating to members in more useful ways, offering more features, tightening our social scene, and expanding leadership.
Squarefour.org is a sick resource for four square players from all over the world. We know it because we get so many questions a week about this rule or that. In an effort to bridge the gap between our pile of game information and the greater social network that is the lifeblood of online community building, we've taken a big leap by implementing Facebook Connect here on Squarefour.