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What NALS of Phoenix Members Can Do For You!

NALS News What NALS of Phoenix Members Can Do For You! BRANDI HOBBS, ALS, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION What NALS Can Do for You! It’s important that we look at not only what our local chapter can do for us each month by way of our monthly meeting, but also what NALS at the...


April 2015

Welcome to the NALS of Phoenix President’s Blog! What a whirlwind we have had for the last couple of months! After a terrific installation and great educational programs, our 2015 Officers are hard at work. For the first installment of the President’s Blog, I’m sharing my incoming President’s speech from our Awards and Appreciation night. Many thanks to everyone who came and who continues to volunteer, attend, and dream with the rest of us.

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June 2013

I am saddened to announce that Terry Houston, PP Emerita has decided to step down from her role as President effective June 6, 2013 as her health has made it very difficult to adequately provide the support as necessary in her role. Therefore, I will serve as President Pro Tem for the remainder of the year.

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April 2013

Ah, April… it’s officially spring—the season for rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth. No shadow for Punxsutawney Phil this year! The days are longer than the nights again, and it’s warming up already here in Phoenix. What’s on the calendar (besides the Jodi Arias trial)?

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March 2013

Thanks to all of you who attended the February 21 membership meeting. The NALS of Phoenix Passport 2013 project is underway! Those who were unable to join us at the meeting can look forward to a packet in the mail containing your personal passport and other useful information.

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January 2013

Greetings from your 2013 NALS of Phoenix Board of Directors as we embark on our voyage to enhance our world by getting involved in new projects in fresh ways. Some of us will choose to travel to new destinations; others will enhance their knowledge and influence by certifying their competency skills

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