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Chapter Leaders Gather at Oshkosh

Chapter Leaders Academy
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Kneeling: Chuck Lukas, EAA Chapter 444 Appleton, Wis.; John Leppien, EAA Chapter 560, Cheboygan, Mich.; Burl Nelson, EAA Chapter 479,  Diamondhead, Miss.; Joyce Gross, EAA Chapter 479 Diamondhead, Miss.; Jack Neubacher, EAA Chapter 1083, Salisbury, N.C.; Mark Machowicz, EAA Chapter 560, Cheboygan, Mich.
Second row: Brian Law, EAA Chapter 431, Brodhead, Wis.; Bob Spaulding, EAA Chapter 27, Meriden, Conn.; Tova Clayman EAA Chapter 27 Meriden, Conn.;.Daryl Koch, EAA Chapter 134, Alma, MIch.; Jim Trick, EAA Chapter 113, Canton, Mich.; Debra Farnham, EAA Chapter 185, Windsor, Ontario; Raymond Hecker, EAA Chapter 92, Orange County, Calif.; Penny Bowman, EAA Chapter 106, Boston, Mass.;
Back row:  George Berven, EAA Chapter 106, Boston, Mass.; Eric Beebe, EAA Chapter 146 Ghent, N.Y.; Tom Yeager, EAA Chapter 68, Beaver Valley, Penn.; Tom Smith, EAA Chapter 113 Canton, Mich.; Paul Dowgewicz, EAA Chapter 1310, East Windsor, Conn.; David Smith, EAA Chapter 185, Windsor, Ontario; Rob Vermeland, EAA Chapter 49, Lancaster, Calif.; Gavin Chester, EAA Chapter 679, Duncan, British Columbia; Charlie Falke, EAA Chapter 1310, East Windsor, Conn.; Dean Cramb, EAA Chapter 679, Duncan, British Columbia.

October 29, 2009 — Last weekend EAA welcomed 24 chapter leaders representing 16 chapters to EAA headquarters in Oshkosh for another Chapter Leaders Academy.  The sessions are a chance to share success stories, learn from others experience, and the EAA staff is provided a chance to learn more about the needs and expectations of EAA chapters and members. Participants arrived from British Columbia, Ontario, California, Mississippi, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin.  The group met informally with Tom Poberezny on Friday evening before beginning a full day of learning on Saturday. Saturday evening Paul and Audrey Poberezny hosted a behind-the-scenes tour of the Founders’ Library.  The Academy concluded at mid-day on Sunday, following a morning of discussions about challenges facing chapters and possible solutions.

There is no cost to attend a Chapter Leaders Academy.  Lodging, meals, and local transportation are provided.

Reservations for future sessions are now available. Sessions are planned for Jan. 22-24, 2010; Feb. 26-28, 2010; Mar. 26-28, 2010; Sept. 17-19, 2010; and Oct. 15-17, 2010. Contact chapters@eaa.org  for more information.

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