Greetings members and friends of the Central NC Chapter!
It’s exciting to see that more and more members of the chapter are becoming involved with the activities and programs of the chapter.
With this newsletter we welcome Tamara Lewis as our new Newsletter Editor and Chair. She has many wonderful ideas about the newsletter and how to improve communication between members. Please submit your articles and calendar at least a month before the activity date to her via email.
Please check in with ONCARD. We are aware that several members have been invoiced for their dues but have not paid. Please check your records on ONCARD and make sure you are up to date!
The Website is still under construction but it is getting closer to going LIVE!! Andy Liepins is working with new software to develop the new webpage. Please submit what you would like to include on the webpage. The Members Only area will include membership roster, and any other members only information. Once the site goes live we will give you the password to be able to access the Members Only section.
We would like to publish a database of Organs/Instruments in the Raleigh area and then, perhaps, extend the database to include information about your organ/instrument to me and I will compile the database. Pictures always make webpages more interesting. Please submit pictures you want to share with others to Andy.
Lyn Francisco is the administrator of the Facebook page. If you have not “liked” the Central NC Page, please do so and begin to submit program information to Lyn or write in the comments. Facebook is a great way to “advertise” your upcoming programs and/or keep people up to date with your happenings!!
The next meeting of the officers will be on Thursday September 8th at 10:30 in the choir room at St. Michaels Episcopal Church. As always the meetings are open to the membership.
Don’t forget the September 23rd program “An Evening with Leo Sowerby” being presented by Roger Petrich. I know it will be a fabulous program you won’t want to miss!
Growing pains are wonderful. Isn’t it exciting to see the chapter begin to blossom and flourish!
See you in September!
Dr. William J. Weisser, Dean