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MEET TERESA ZYCH, AESP
Members of the Minnesota Association of Educational Office Professionals at their 2021 Annual Member Meeting voted to legally dissolve the organization. The dissolution was effective with the unanimous vote on September 30, 2021 at the Holiday Inn Conference Center in Austin, Minn.
Members can view the Board Resolution of Plan of Dissolution and the Plan of Dissolution of MAEOP.
For further information contact Lila Rehnelt, Board President.
Today’s tip is from Robert’s Rules of Order regarding a frequently misused motion that may be used to infringe on someone’s right to speak. Check out this 2-minute video from Mary Guest, NAEOP President-Elect 2019-2020, to be sure all voices are heard.
Hey, MAEOP members, if physical distancing has got you feeling like you’re missing a little bit of your summer sunshine, MAEOP is here to help.
Starting today, MAEOP members in good standing are eligible to win prizes through monthly drawings. These are prizes purchased for the now-cancelled 2020 state conference, and, well — can you say “COVID?”
Board Secretary Carol Schmitz dreamed up the idea, since she needs the space in her closets. You might win, and she definitely will win (closet space, that is).
One name will be drawn monthly and posted to the MAEOP website. Members will be notified by email telling them to check the MAEOP website. If your name is listed, you have 1 week to email Carol Schmitz to claim your prize and give her your home mailing address.
Any other catches? Oh, yes! For a new feature on getting to know our members, email Diane Vosen the information requested below. It is not required to be entered in the drawing; we hope it will be a fun way to get to know your MAEOP colleagues:
The MAEOP Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s MAEOP State Conference & Business Meeting October 7-9, 2020 in Crosslake as a result of the current regulations and restrictions concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. The health, safety, financial stability, and possible changes to the 2020-2021 school year were the main reasons for this decision.
The MAEOP Board’s goal is to rise above this pandemic and put together an energetic, educational and motivating conference in October 2021 and we look forward to seeing you all there! As soon as we know more details regarding the 2021 fall conference, we will keep you updated.
Please stay safe, healthy and enjoy your summer!
The MAEOP Board of Directors has been reviewing options for the 2020 state conference scheduled October 9-11 at Whitefish Lodge near Crosslake, given the current state of COVID. Members are asked to share in this brief survey their thoughts and plans for attending.
If you’re a Microsoft Outlook user, it’s easy to rely on what you know rather than make time to refresh your learning for new functionalities. You’re out of excuses. Here’s a 30-minute training on optimizing Outlook from NAEOP member Jennifer Lewis in Mississippi.
MAEOP members who have produced their own brief video tips and trainings are encouraged to share them! Consider presenting at MAEOP’s annual conference, or send your video link with a brief description to MAEOP webmaster Diane Vosen at [email protected].