Thursday, March 16, 2006
In 10 days, we will unveil our next strategy to focus even greater attention on the US Army Corps of Engineers' central role in the metro New Orleans flood. Meanwhile, we must get our ducks in a row.
Only the power of the citizens powers us, so we rely on our volunteers. I am proud that our ranks have grown to 1300 members; but there is much to manage!
Please choose an area of interest from the list below and email me with your choice:
1) Sign committee
2) Research committee
3) Neighborhood rep (be a liaison in your section of town!)
4) Leaflets committee (flyers and pamphlets)
5) Bumper sticker committee
6) Membership committee (find new members)
Can't decide? Email me and say "I'll help on a committee that needs me." Again your response to this email is a signal that you want to help, not a commitment.
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