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Newsletters – Regular, Relational, Readable & Right

Newsletters are an important communications vehicle for communities, but they can be difficult for many neighborhood associations to produce consistently.  Newsletters take time and effort.  When done correctly, however, they can be a wonderful way to keep residents informed and to build a stronger sense of community.  Here are some tips on how to create and use newsletters to their fullest potential.  To be effective newsletters must accomplish the 4 “R’s” – Regular, Relational, Readable & Right.

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Community Association Fundamentals

Each common-interest community has its own history, personality, attributes and challenges, but all associations share common characteristics and core principles. CAI developed the Community Association Fundamentals to foster a better conceptual understanding of how associations function and the roles of residents and association leaders.

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