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Template for a State Chapter Newsletter

By Joseph Weeks posted 08-19-2015 18:22

  

One way to get your members involved and to let them know what is going on in your organization is having a newsletter. It's a great way to let members know what your organization is doing. It also lets them know what your organization has already done for them.

Follow this link: https://amhca.site-ym.com/?massachusetts which is on the AMHCA website to see some of our newsletters.

A number of our state Chapter's newsletters have been uploaded for you to take a look at. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page. We try to have each Director/Department Head/Chairperson write an article discussing things that have been going on in their respective area. We try to spotlight one member as well to give insight to other members about the amazing things going on in the state. We also update on the many workshops we are putting together. Notice on the last page we have a crossword puzzle. This is an incentive to have members read the newsletter to get up to date. We also offer CEUs for filling out the crossword puzzle and sending it back to us.

These are just some of things that have proven successful in our state. Our members give positive feedback about getting them. We hope that you consider doing one for your state chapter if you do not already. If you have any questions, please let us know.

 



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12-06-2016 13:46

I have uploaded a few of the MaMHCA newsletters into the portal for people to view. 

MaMHCA Newsletters

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