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2009 Spring Newsletter

Spring 2009 - In this Issue

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 President’s Column

 Dick Kulka reviews key activities of the year, and requests you  attend the Conference to hear more...

Annual Conference

Mike Link and Patricia Moy discuss some of the highlights of upcoming Annual Conference in Hollywood, Florida on May 14-17.  Get details on registration, accommodations and more...

Conference Operations

Linda Dimitropoulos and Dave Desroches describe activities at the Conference, including the Fun Run, the Book Sale, and much more...

Short Courses

Melissa Herrmann has lined up 6 short courses that you can attend at the Conference. Read the full line-up and more...

Report on Primaries

Nancy Mathiowetz highlights the recently released report by the Ad Hoc Committee on the 2008 Presidential Primary Polling.  The report is groundbreaking, so read more... 

Standards

Mary Losch and Stephen Blumberg report on the very busy year for Standards, as well as some indications that next year has more...

Communications

Mike Brick and Mike Mokrzycki note new ways you can communicate, including one that allows 140 characters but no more...

Membership and Chapters

Adam Safir and Nancy Whelchel graph some numbers and the Chapters report on this year and more...

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