State Assistant Coordinator

use after March issue Kevin Snyder

Kevin Snyder


Monthly Letter to the membership

As I write this (March 6th), the pandemic seems to be receding after Delta and Omicron swept through the land. Mask requirements are pretty much gone now. And we’ve gotten a lot done in the meantime thanks to some very dedicated officers and members.


Our new website is up and running, thanks to the efforts of Mark Barr.


I hope you will be able to check on the new website today to see how our Lobby Days went on March 28th. Scott Crum gets a shout out for this one.


On May 23rd we will have our first Rights Rally in a while. While some details are being finalized, the ride should take off from Fort Hunter Mansion and proceed to the Capitol. Also, a shout out to Scott Crum.


The newsletter is being organized by our newly appointed Newsletter Editor, Koury Barr. Let her know how you think it is going!


The workload in the state office has been redistributed somewhat. First, we (the Operations Committee) need to learn more details about the work. Second, we need to allow Carol to spend more time preparing for her transition to retirement. She has not set a firm date yet but our job is to get everything in place so that the transition occurs smoothly when the time does come. Thanks to Helen Cohenour, Scott Minich, and Carol for helping with that one.

And, of course, Hazen 2022 is coming up with an enhanced lineup of really great bands (Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot for starters). The Hazen Committee is pulling out all the stops to make this year’s State Party one to remember. We look forward to seeing you there!