Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

Seven Ways to Help EAIA

Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

Seven Ways to Help EAIA

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PRESIDENT'S SPACE

As we begin this new year, I would like to extend my best wishes to all of you for a happy, healthy, and productive year. I look forward to working and socializing with you in the months to come-whether it be in committees, at our annual meeting in Rochester, via e-mail, or over the phone. Getting to know and work with so many interesting members is one of the benefits of being an officer of this great organization.

As a member, you too can enjoy these benefits if you are willing to get involved and give a little of your time and talents to help EAIA continue improving and growing. As your President, these are some of the ways I see how you can be of service to our membership:

1: Write an article or book review for the Chronicle, sharing some of your knowledge about a tool, an early industry, or a collection. Contact Patty MacLeish, our editor; she can help. Contact Shavings if you would like to write a guest column.

2: Sponsor or encourage a friend to join EAIA and help secure the future through a growing membership.

3: Plan to attend our annual meeting in Rochester this year and volunteer to help. Contact Judy McMillen or Jim Bovay. Jim, Frank Kosmerl, and Ted Kinsey have been busy working on an outstanding program. …

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