Just saw this:
"Event: 'Board Member Training: Serving On A Nonprofit Board (Ann Arbor)"
Cost is $50
The next one in Ann Arbor, after tonight, is Nov. 29th.
- Josh W.
- Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -
> - Matthew Bower from TechArb:
> - Dan Missiles, he is an old school customer of the Ops gaming portion
> for quite some time, and appreciates what AHA is doing. (I think : )
> - Ryan Dibble from iQguys, which owns Black Galleon Enterprises, of which
> we have purchased the assets of. He's insanely busy, but might be able to
> give us a few pointers.
> I don't believe any of these people specialize in Non-Profits, but they
> can probably be of some help, even if just pointing us in a better
> New.org is a great resource specific to non-profits, including general
> info, lawyers, volunteer web sites we can post onto, etc.
> - Josh W.
> On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 11:15 AM, Thomas Hunter <tlhun...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> The 501c3 page mentions several times that we should talk to a lawyer. Do
>> we have one?
>> On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 1:17 AM, Josh Williams <joshd...@gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Hey hey,
>>> This is a bit early, but there is a wiki for the Nov. 14th AHA Board
>>> Meeting at:
>>> Please feel free to add to, insert questions, etc.
>>> I'm more excited than the two people they put on boxes of Good Friends
>>> cereal! Good times to be had : )
>>> I believe it was suggested that we have this down at AHA, 7pm, Nov.
>>> 14th. Everyone all right with that? If so, I'll make sure to communicate
>>> w/The Game Makers group so we don't overlap.
>>> - Josh W.
>> *Thomas Hunter*
>> @tlhunter <http://twitter.com/tlhunter>