MD Federation Mini-Conference and Annual Meeting: Update
Here is some UPDATED information about the NARFE/MD Mini-Conference/Annual Meeting.
* April 30, 2018 Keynote Speaker: Rona E. Kramer, Esq., Maryland Secretary of Aging
* May 1 Keynote Speaker: Delegate Adrienne Jones, Speaker Pro Tem of the Maryland House of Delegates
* Menu for April 30, 2018: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Boneless breast of Chicken stuffed with ham & Swiss cheese, covered with a Chef’s Secret Sauce, and Carrot Cake
* Menu for May 1, 2018: Crab Cake Platter, Jumbo lump Crab meat broiled the Maryland way, and Apple Pie a la Mode.
NOTE: Both menus also include fresh garden tossed salad, Chef’s selection of vegetable and starch, rolls, Ice Tea, Coffee, Decaf and Tea.
MD Federation Mini-Conference and Annual Meeting
Please refer to the Region II and Federation Training page on this website for further updates regarding the Region II Training Academy dates in June and location.
Also the calendar has been updated for this next year. Please review your Chapter information and let us know if there are any errors that need correction (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Calendar can be found under the MD Federation menu tab.
Other items such as FEEA Scholarship submission dates and information as well as Maryland Gerontological Association dates have been added to the calendar. The FEEA Scholarship information has been added to the FEEA website Committees page under the MD Federation menu tab.
To: Maryland Federation Executive Committee, Committee Chairs, Chapter Presidents, Resolutions Committee and Chapter Secretaries
Please… take a look at the proposed bylaws document sent out by Pat Farmer on February 15 and tell the Resolutions Committee, via Secretary Pat Farmer, what you think needs further adjustment, if anything. What has been left out (that should be there) or put in (that isn’t necessary)? This is also your chance to propose additional changes that you think should go in the (new) bylaws. Please compose your exact proposals for changes to the text and submit them, in writing, to Secretary Pat Farmer by April 11.
What Happens Next? After any written proposals for changes have been received, the Resolutions Committee will consider them and prepare recommendations to be presented at the Convention. This is all in accordance with the formal Resolution consideration process (including bylaws-related Resolutions) outlined in the current (2009) MDFed bylaws.
John Stackpole, Co-Chair Resolutions Committee
The “Convention News” tab under “The Maryland Federation” on the menu bar has been updated to include mini-convention registration information, resolution submittal form, and 2017 draft resolutions. Please read the draft resolutions for discussion and/or approval at the convention.