Dave Myer’s article — in the original he gave credit to all of the individuals and groups across the country who have been involved in the Looping movement — the WSJ cut those 300 words. Still—it’s progress — and public education on hearing loss.
In Fond Remembrance…
In the fall of 2015 we lost a dear member of our group, Alan Klink. Alan and his sweet spirit touched us all. We will miss him and are grateful for the time we had with him.
We had a great meeting on Saturday, a full house with a very knowledgeable speaker from the House Institute. I think a few of us are going to be making appointments to see Suzannah in the near future!
August 2015 Meeting Transcripts I got from Jane from our Saturday meeting.
See you all in September; don’t forget we have our elections!
Hope you’re staying cool in these sweaty dog days of summer.
Believe it or not, summer is flying by and it’s time to start thinking about this year’s Steering Committee elections. They will take place at our September chapter meeting. We are so excited about this election. We encourage anyone interested in getting more involved with our chapter to think of nominating yourself! Or if you prefer, let somebody else nominate you instead. You must be a paid HLAA National member in order to vote in the election, as well as to serve on the SC.