[Nmabs] Reminder: Nabs membership conference call sunday!
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Wed Aug 4 10:25:17 CDT 2010
Happy Summer Fellow Students!
We hope that wherever your travels took / are taking you enable
you to gain enjoyment and excitement. For all of you that were
able to join us in Dallas, thank you for sharing in another great
convention. For those who were there in spirit; thank you for doing
just that and we are excited to get to see you in Orlando next year!
But, enough about the past and the future; we’re here now in the
present, and as you all know, there’s a lot of work and exciting
things to get done! With that, your nabs board is getting ready for
another great year working with and serving you.
As you probably know by now, the national Association of Blind
Students operates year-round via its board of directors; many of us
co-chair committees that are vital to the success of the division.
On Sunday, August 8 at 7 p.m. eastern time
We will be holding a conference call that we would like to invite
all of you, our fellow students, to attend. On this call, we will
introduce the various committees we have, what these committees do,
and the board members who chair them. It is at this call where we are
looking for any of you who have a wit for websites, feel for
fundraising, eye for editing and writing or a mind for membership
building who might have that itch to join a committee. Maybe you have
an idea for a committee? Bring that too!
We would appreciate your attendance, encourage your sharing of
suggestions and ideas, but more than that, welcome your participation
in all of our committees!
So, come and join us, work with us, let us get to know each other and
how we can change what it means to be a blind student together!
What: Getting to know the Nabs Committees
When: Sunday, August 8. 7 p.m. EST.
How: Call-in at 712.775.7100 (pass code 257963)
Or listen via www.nabslinkaudio.org
Thank you and we look forward to getting to know and work with you all.
With warm regards,
The committees of the national association of blind students
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