Suzuki Association Chapter Wise
July 2018

Good morning!

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It’s time to wake up the Chapter Leadership Discussion Forum on the SAA website! There are interesting conversations, curious questions, and satisfying answers waiting to happen!

The ball has started rolling with a blurb and link to the transcript of the Chapter Round Table Session at the SAA Conference. Soon to be posted is a group interview with scholarship program success stories from Suzuki Association of Ontario and North Texas Suzuki Association. Posting these in the “Discussion” section is a way for you to voice your detailed questions, and continue the conversation. On which other topics would you like to have a conversation? Let us know in the “Discussion” section!

To get to the Chapter Leadership Discussion Forum:
—From the SAA website homepage, find the “Discussions” tab, second from the right.
—When you click that tab (if you are logged in to your SAA account), click on “Chapter Leadership” near the top of the list of options.
—Click “Chapter Leadership” and you are there!

If you do not see “Chapter Leadership,” we don’t have you listed on our back end as a board member. Contact your President or Membership Secretary to add you.
(and if you are the President or Membership Secretary and don’t know how to add someone to your leadership roster, email !)

You can choose to receive emails about Discussion topics, or just pop by at your leisure. Easy!

Looking forward to seeing you in the Chapter Leadership Discussion Forum!

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