meeting in Princeton on December 15 was a success. Five
participants arrived to chat, snack, read aloud, and salute
our 'Green Daddy,' Dr. L.L. Zamenhof. Alan
brought a cake
on which was written 'Felicxan
150an Naskotagon D-ro Zamenhof.'
The event began at one o'clock and ran until 4:00, when we
all returned to our cars and went back home.
to everyone who came!
the internet, I just noted that the library system in the
nearby county of Warren doesn't have even one book about Esperanto
(I need to correct that soon!)
an idea: wherever you live in our green state, check your
local or county library. If you don't find even one book about
Esperanto, try to buy one from somewhere (preferably ELNA
to support it,) and donate it to the county or local library.
I recommend the book by David RICHARDSON, ESPERANTO - Learning
and Using the International Language because it is modern
and contains information, a textbook, and a reader. Secondly
I recommend a dictionary: The Esperanto Dictionary
by J.C. Wells. Thirdly I recommend some kind of reader from
(If I recall correctly, ELNA at times has a sale of 'pound