One moment ..
From: Peter Anderson (M)
Date: Sat Apr 10 2021 07:22
Subject: Thoughts about yesterday's scam
To: Committee only 
It's obvious to me that the scammer got the names and email addresses of committee members from the 'Contact' page of the website, which is of course public.
I suggest we do the following:
1. change committee email addresses, perhaps by adding two or three digits after the first word. So for example, "" would become "". And then put an 'Out of Office' message on each of the old addresses, directing people to the Contact page..
2. I remove the email addresses and phone numbers from the contact page
3. I create a contact page for each committee member (with email address hidden from view).