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Congratulations to our perfect attendance winners from 2018-2019. Attendance is calculated from September 2018 – September 2019.Read more »
STAY CURIOUS! I’ve heard this recently and thought – I LOVE IT! It’s so perfect when we talk so much about being continual learners, enjoying professional development, understanding data, watching a YouTube video to better understand a topic, etc. What does it mean to you when you hear “Stay Curious?”Read more »
Congratulations to our 2019 Representative of the Year, Vicki Egesdal and 2019 Most Valuable New Player of the Year, Amanda Landreth.Read more »
Happy New Year!
Huge shout out to Steam Plant and Annette Long for a wonderful EWI holiday celebration, it was perfect. Congratulations to our winners of the Trivia and sweater content – the ugly/Christmas sweaters were amazing and inspiring! Much appreciation to all of you for your love and generosity for this year’s ASIST winner and family. What you did to provide for them was heartwarming.Read more »
Many thanks to Beacon Hill for hosting our meeting last month and to Katie for leading us through our speed networking – so fun to get to know each other even more. The energy and enthusiasm in the room was contagious!
As we enjoy this season of giving, and being grateful and thankful, I have much love and appreciation for all of you!Read more »
It is with much appreciation for our friends at Spokane Convention Center that I share a huge shout out for our incredible September installation meeting on their gorgeous roof deck, where the clock tower so beautifully stood behind us; the lunch was perfect and the company even better.Read more »
As my tenure as Chapter President wraps up, I had planned to write my last President’s message about “finishing well.” But then I came across this passage by C.S. Lewis that emphasizes the importance of each and every decision we make along the way:Read more »
In what are you anchored? Many times, recently, I’ve asked this question about myself and about others whom I have observed in a variety of different settings: work, work dinners, art classes, the mall, the park, on the news. What I mean is – what core values drive your thoughts, attitudes, words, behaviors, actions, and reactions? Can you identify the core values reflected by your thoughts, attitudes, words, behaviors, actions, and reactions; and are these the core values you want to reflect?Read more »