[Nfbmo] FW: Hey, have you heard the latest ?
dandrews at visi.com
Thu Jun 17 07:50:32 UTC 2010
>From: "Andrews, David B B (DEED)" <David.B.Andrews at state.mn.us>
>To: David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com>
>Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 10:46:31 -0500
>Subject: FW: Hey, have you heard the latest ?
>Thread-Topic: Hey, have you heard the latest ?
>From: Wilson, Joanne [mailto:JWilson at nfb.org]
>Subject: Hey, have you heard the latest ?
>Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
>The NFB Department of Affiliate Action will host the 2010 Back to
>Basics seminar, and you don't want to miss it!
>What: The Back to Basics seminar is designed to serve as a training
>session to help give chapter leaders countless tools for success.
>The session will offer detailed and practical techniques that can be
>used to build membership, to raise funds, to start meaningful
>projects, to run fun meetings, and to make your life just a little easier!
>When: Monday, July 5, 2010
>Time: 6:00-10:00 pm, the topic will change at the top of every hour,
>so feel free to attend some or all of the seminar.
>Who: This training session is open to all NFB members. Special
>recognition will be given to chapter presidents. President perks
>include distinguished seating, extra opportunities to win door
>prizes, and a wonderful gift from Dr. Maurer! Not a chapter
>president? No worries, all attendees will leave with a chapter
>development kit, will get to participate in our door prize drawings,
>and will get to try out lots of hands-on activities!
>Need additional info? Give me a call at (410) 659-9314, ext. 2335,
>or send an email to jwilson at nfb.org.
>Convention is right around the corner, looking forward to seeing you there!
>Executive Director of Affiliate Action
>National Federation of the Blind
>200 East Wells Street
> at Jernigan Place
>Baltimore, MD 21230
>410.659.9314 x 2335
><mailto:jwilson at nfb.org>jwilson at nfb.org
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