It is hard to believe that my two year term as SNAP’s President is coming to a close. When I first became President, two years sounded like such a long time. Now that it is almost over, I wonder where the time went. I have thoroughly enjoyed being your President as I have gotten to know many members. In addition, I have worked with an amazing group of women. I extend a heartfelt thank you to the SNAP board members for being such a fun, enthusiastic and dedicated group. We accomplished a lot during the past two years, including revising our Bylaws, starting a Hot Tips article in the newsletter, and holding NALA CP study groups both years. I also thank the board from two years ago for encouraging me to run for President.
The speaker at our June 18, 2013 meeting will be John B. Routsis, Esq., of Routsis Hardy-Cooper, and he will discuss the new DUI laws. Following his presentation, SNAP will hold its elections and vote in the officers for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. We hope to see you there, as our June meeting will be the last meeting for the fiscal year. There will be no general meeting in July, and we will reconvene in August.
Although the first day of summer isn’t until June 21, 2013, this 90 day degree weather sure makes we me believe it is already here. Some of my best childhood memories are summer activities such as going camping, running through the sprinklers, going to the beach, riding my bike, and hanging out with my friends. As you go about your activities, please be aware many children are out of school for summer break. Please drive carefully and watch out for children darting out in the streets, as we want them to enjoy their summer as much as we enjoyed ours.
Susan Sunday, ACP