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Letter From Headqutersar How w e Are Doing As A s ociety year ago in this column, I introduced the plan to 800 individuals are listed in the repor t as serving on survey the membership in the summer of 2009 committees and boards. That is a level of activity that A to provide input to the a MS Council on how some might only expect in an organization several the Society could better serve its membership. That times the size of the a MS, but it is just business as survey happened as planned and many of you pro- usual for our Society. It is this spirit of volunteerism vided excellent feedback on Society programs. The that allows the a MS to have so many highly successful Council spent considerable time reviewing the survey programs and initiatives and that makes the a MS such responses and discussing ways to use the input pro- a special organization. vided by members to guide the evolution of Society With so many boards and committees engaged in programs and initiatives. This issue contains an ar ticle so many diverse activities, oppor tunities to become produced by the Council that summarizes the survey

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Published: May 1, 2010

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