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

New Members-Do You Know Any?

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

New Members-Do You Know Any?

Article excerpt

As you all know, EAIA membership has been decreasing for a number of years. I am new to the EAIA Board, and as of mid-November, I have become Membership Chairman. I know that whatever the reason for this decline in membership, I am going to need the help of every member to see that it stops.

Here are some ways that you can help me - and the EAIA - out:

* Talk up EAIA whenever and wherever you can. You have friends and family; belong to, volunteer for, or work at organizations; or attend auctions or events that are related to your interest in traditional tools, crafts, and industry. When you are involved in these activities, have membership applications to hand out. You can copy the application from every issue of The Chronicle, download it from the Web page (www. EAIA.org), or ask me or any of the Board Members for some.

* Organize regional get-togethers around the country to spread the word about EAIA and its purpose. We have had a number of these in the past few years. All resulted in new members. Our most recent was at Dill's Tavern in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, in early October. …

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