FSupreme Poobahs! These folks are scheduled to be present and helpful onsite at the Conference Center Second Life Playground in Washington, D.C. at the times they signed up to be so. We may be doubling or tripling up: As you may know, the traditional Supreme Poobah role is, historically, often shared by more than one corporeal being at a time (see below). ALL TIMES LOCAL, EDT

Supreme Poobah Volunteers are now assigned and we welcome any other folks to be around to help, under their direction! Supreme Poobahs in Charge are shown in PURPLE!

  • Monday 8-10 a.m. Fred Delventhal*, Louise Maine
  • Monday 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Andrew Wheelock*, Noreen Strehlow, Kevin Jarrett
  • Monday 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Lloyd Onyett*, Lisa Thumann, Ken Shelton
  • Monday 2-4 p.m. Marianne Malmstrom* Mark Dunk, Cynthia Calongne (3-4)
  • Tuesday 9-11 a.m. Lori Abrahams*, Julie LaChance, Rosie and Bob Vojtek, Nancy Sharoff
  • Tuesday 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Kevin Jarrett*, Jackie Gerstein, Cindy Burton
  • Tuesday 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Jeff Agamenoni*, Ellen Nosal, Cindy Burton
  • Tuesday 3 p.m.-4 p.m. Mark Dunk*, Susan Toth-Cohen, Christie Thomas
  • Wednesday 9-11 a.m. Malinda McCormick*, Bernajean Porter, Peggy Sheehy
  • Wednesday 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Peggy Sheehy*, Malinda McCormick, Cynthia Calongne (11-12)
  • Wednesday 1-2 p.m. - Ellen Nosal*, Philipe Santiago

poo-bah
From //the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary//
pooh–bah
Listen to the pronunciation of pooh–bah
Listen to the pronunciation of pooh–bah

Variant(s):also poo–bah
Listen to the pronunciation of poo–bah
Listen to the pronunciation of poo–bah
\ˈpü-ˌbä, -ˌbȯ\Function:nounUsage:often capitalized P&BEtymology:Pooh-Bah, character in Gilbert and Sullivan's opera The Mikado (1885) bearing the title Lord-High-Everything-ElseDate:1888 1 : a person holding many public or private offices 2 : a person in high position or of great influence