Second Town Hall on Reorganization

Ad Hoc Reorganization Committee


Update: Second Town Hall recording is now available

The Second Town Hall on Reorganization was held Wednesday evening, May 4, 2022. Check out the link to view the recorded presentation if you were unable to participate. And stay tuned for more information and other sessions!

The second Town Hall hosted by the Ad Hoc Reorganization Committee will be held at 8 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 4, 2022. The first Town Hall discussion focused largely on the future of districts. The committee is taking this advice and folding it into its recommendations. Here’s an update on the district discussion: To be clear — no decisions have been made — input is being continually sought.

This is an opportunity for local clubs to provide input on these changes, including what they want and how they think services can be delivered. This is also an opportunity to join the effort since implementation teams are being assembled now. If you have questions for the participants, please email them to before the Town Hall event. Questions on the topics presented during the Town Hall will be answered after the presentation if emailed to This email address will be monitored during the Town Hall.

A great way to enjoy the program is to set up a watch party with fellow members, learn what’s happening, email questions, and enjoy each other’s company. Make it a party! Here’s how to join with Free Conference Call.

If you missed the first Town Hall, you can watch the presentation here.

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Ad Hoc Reorganization Committee

Created by the Board of Directors, the ad hoc Reorganization Committee is led by Craig Fraser and includes David Allen, Allan Bombard, John Crawford, Bob David, Dave Fine, Myles Gee, Paul Mermelstein, Tracy Simpson, and Ralph Ziegler.

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