MGM 2002: Member Get A Member

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MGM 2002: Member Get A Member


Congratulations to those ACTE members who recruited new members to the association during the Member-Get-A-Member campaign. Thank you for your support and commitment to ACTE. Through your efforts, ACTE added 194 new career and technical educators to our membership.

Our grand prize winner is Brenda Hurst of Tennessee. She recruited 35 new members for ACTE and will receive complimentary registration to the ACTE convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Congratulations and thank you to all who participated in the Member-Get-A-Member campaign.

JoAnn Aguire, Santa Ana, CA Delores Ali, Timberlake, NC Cynthia Bergum, Billings, MT Val Call, Green Bay, WI Linda Cooper-Suggs, Wilson, NC 27893 Toni Decklever, Cheyenne, WY Cynthia Diemer, Ripon, WI Debra Forrest, Durham, NC Ginny Francis, Manhattan, MT John Frank, Eau Claire, WI Mark Franks, Green Bay, WI Kathleen Fratianne, Janesville, WI Donna Freund, Malone, WI Al Gasior, Stowe, VT Michael Gross, Junction City, KS Jerry Honeycutt, Monroe, NC Brenda Hurst, Blountville, TN Jack Jenkins, Stockton, CA Ronnie Johnson, Brandon, MS Barbara Kaldenberger, Clinton, WI Nancy Lightfield, Burlington, WI John Lind, Florence, MA Ellen Long, Palmer, AK Margaret Martin, Hannibal, NY Belinda Massengill, Hickory Flat, MS Rodney Meagher, New Tripoli, PA Chris Meyers, Rhinelander, WI Patricia McCall, Fond du Lac, WI David Miller, Frederick, MD Kathy Myrick, Green Bay, WI Patricia Patriarca, Racine, WI Jullie Purkapile, Jamesville, WI Ronald Raya, Costa Mesa, CA Larry Rosenstock, San Diego, CA Marianna Ruprecht, Schofield, WI Dale Salisbury, Hasperia, CA John Schortinghouse, Black Mountain, NC Linda Shelton, Centerville, TN Loretta Spear, Carrollton, GA Daisy Stewart, Blacksburg, VA Susan Sinclair, Seminole, FL Brenda Simmons, Taylorsville, NC Melanie Tabor, Sylva, NC Virginia Turner, Fairburn, GA Mary Ann Van Slyke, Mosinee, WI Janet White, High Point, NC Lisa Whitish, Fennimore, WI Wilbur Whitley, Kinston, NC Linda Wiggins, Scotland Neck, NC Roger Wright, Mounds, OK Richard Yocke, Huntington, WV

Join these dedicated professionals in recruiting for ACTE and participate in the Member-Get-A-Member campaign. …

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