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ON THE BOARD

“Silent gratitude isn’t much use to anyone.” ~ G.B. Stern

Long hours.  Difficult, unwanted projects. No pay or appreciation.  Sounds like being a board member, right?  Worse, it’s the life of a committee member – all the time and effort without the decision-making authority of being on the board.

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Rallying the Troops

Rallying the Troops

Volunteerism is the foundation on which community associations base their operation and support. Volunteering is a calling for many. It is a commitment of time and effort with a purpose. The quest for volunteers and keeping them motivated are endless tasks, but the rewards are well worth the effort.

Organizations that have been successful in the call for volunteers have been effective in their recruiting methods by making a personal appeal to each and everyone they contact to join. Continuous announcements to solicit support are sent through newsletters, websites, emails and notices. The communication clearly identifies the need of the organization in a positive and enthusiastic manner. After a while, participating becomes contagious.

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IN Court: Town of Covered Bridge’s incorporation is invalid

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

Sellersburg has been attempting to annex 1,852 acres – which includes Covered Bridge and the Willows of Covered Bridge subdivisions, Sterling Oaks and property along Allentown Road – for more than a year. That effort had stalled as residents have tried to remonstrate against the annexation and incorporate into a new town.
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