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ETA: further information of the Powers of the Board Elections to determine the newest members of the Board of Directors are coming up! Beginning today is the nomination period for prospective board members. The pace has been picking up in … Continue reading
And here’s the next board: Dana Nelson Larry Works Martin Sager Nathan Yost Tyler Worman We’re looking forward to working with you to make AHA better! Come join us at a board meeting and give us some input, second Wednesdays … Continue reading
Don’t forget: voting begins tomorrow at AHA (10/24) for all paid and/or in-good-standing volunteers/members/goodly-folks. We will be there collecting votes from 7:00-10:00PM. You are encouraged to bring a dish to pass and some good cheer as we look forward to … Continue reading
Updated: Whoops, fixed the dates! Elections for the next Board of Directors are coming up! Beginning today is the nomination period for prospective board members. We have compiled a list of goals we have for the next board here: The … Continue reading
Hello Everyone – Help AHA make rent next month! On top of our estimated income, we need to bring in an additional ~$1,500 in the next four weeks. In classic NPR style, we are coming to you for help. Here … Continue reading
So we’ve finally jumped on the bandwagon and got an AHA wiki situated. Feel free to make an account and contribute your brainmusings.
Here’s a friendly reminder to stay aware of the precarious position we always seem to be in every few years with respect to censorship and the internet. The latest House bill — SOPA — seems to have lost steam for … Continue reading
Thanks to all who spent Friday the 13th hurtling through the cosmos with All Hands Active and the Elks Lodge! There was an excellent showing indeed, and I personally witnessed folks dancing so hard that their slide rules fell out … Continue reading