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Re: AIS: The truth is out there

In a message dated 1/27/2005 10:38:46 AM Central Standard Time, 
ChatOWhitehall@aol.com writes:
I think someone needs to speak up here and make clear that this is just not 
the case, and since no one else seems to be doing it, I will. 
Anner Whitehall, as former AIS Membership Secretary, "knows of what she 
speaks!"  All who are interested in the "inner" workings of AIS can take her 
information as the truth.  AIS Board, Committee Members, RVPs of the 24 Regions and 
Section Officers/members are all volunteers, doing their best to serve their 
diverse constituency.

Those people wanting to see change, and there have been some good ones 
addressed in this forum, should start with their local Affiliate President, then to 
the Region RVP who can take any matter to the AIS Board thru the RVP Counselor 
and/or Affiliate Chairman.  Valuable information is published in each 
quarterly AIS Bulletin about all the national contact people, services (like the AIS 
Poster, old Bulletins, minutes of meetings, etc.)

There is no doubt that there are many things that can be done to improve the 
information provided by this (or any) organization and with the now widespread 
use of e-mail and contact information, it certainly is much easier and more 
effective than in the past.

Rita Gormley
Region 18 RVP, Editor of The Medianite and SJI REVIEW
Treasurer of GSLIS, KIS
Board member of SJI and MIS
Committed (or should be committed!) AIS volunteer
( and resident partner of the current AIS Membership Secretary!)
Cedar Hill, MO
AIS Region 18, Zone 5

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