The following resources were created by the Sedona Y2K Task Force for our local community. We encourage others to use any and all of the ideas and resources available here to help organize grassroots Y2K efforts in their part of the world.
Click here to see a list of the people and organizations
who have helped make our work possible.
- Mission Statement
- About Our Logo
- About the Sedona Y2K Task Force
- Tee Shirts
- Videos of Important Interviews & Events
- Photos of Task Force Events
- Photos of Office Staff & Volunteers
What We've Done & Learned So Far:
(Current material listed first)
- David Sunfellow's Written Testimony for the U.S. Senate's Special Committee on the Year 2000 Technology Problem
- Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Part Two (3/30/1999)
David Sunfellow describes the current state of affairs with the Sedona Y2K Task Force.
- First Statewide Gathering of Y2K Preparedness Groups In Arizona (2/15/1999)
This news release describes the first statewide gathering of Y2K preparedness groups in Arizona. The gathering was organized by the Sedona Y2K Task Force and took place in Camp Verde, Arizona.
- Exploration Team Progress Reports (January, 1999)
This report includes information about most of our exploration teams, including what their missions are, what they've accomplished so far, and what they hope to accomplish in the future.
- Where the Rubber Meets the Road (1/23/1999)
David Sunfellow, the Director of the Sedona Y2K Task Force, describes how the Task Force was created and offers a series of practical suggestions about how others can create similar groups in their part of the world.
Information Typically Handed Out at Our Public Events:
Flyers, Press Releases & Special Letters:
(Current material listed first)
- News Release: First Statewide Gathering of Y2K Preparedness Groups In Arizona (2/18/1999)
- Press Invite: Letter to handpicked news organizations for the first state-wide gathering of grassroot preparedness groups in Arizona (2/3/1999)
- Letter: Letter of invitation to grassroots preparedness groups around the state (2/1/1999)
- Flyer: Our first community-wide overview event (1/23/1999)
- Flyer: Our first community-wide evening of Y2K sharing, refreshments and socializing (12/5/1998)
- Flyer: The Y2K Computer Bug (Third Community-Wide Y2K Introduction) (10/24/1998)
- Flyer: Darlene Jan & Frank Wong Preparedness Seminar (10/17/1998)
- Flyer: Paloma O'Riley Comes to Sedona (10/10/1998)
- Our Second Community-Wide Y2K Meeting was held on 10/3/1998. The space we acquired for our first event could only hold 100 people. More than 214 people showed up for that first event. We had anticipated that more people might come than we could accommodate, so we printed up rain checks and invited those who couldn't attend the first meeting to return the following week for a followup. This followup event was not advertised to the general public.
- Flyer: First Community-Wide Y2K Meeting (9/25/1998)
- Press Release: First Community-Wide Meeting (9/25/1998)
- Flyer: First "Friends & Friends of Friends" Y2K Meeting (8/22/1998)
The Sedona Y2K Discussion List:
(Our most current news is databased in our archive)
Other Arizona Y2K City & Community Preparedness Organizations:
- Awareness Response Recovery Citizens Group (ARRCG)
The Sedona Y2K Task Force Website is hosted by:
1785 West Highway 89A, Suite 3-C, Sedona, AZ
P.O. Box 2242
Sedona, AZ, USA 86339
Phone: (520) 203-4892
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