SCNAs engage in strategic planning

Posted by Dana Hinton

May 16, 2019

The SCN Associate Core Council recently met in Chattanooga, TN for a Strategic Planning Session. The Core Council is grateful to Carol Newton, SCNA, who facilitated this meeting and to all in Chattanooga for their hospitality. More information from the planning session will be shared during the September Associate Retreat. Mark your calendars for “Put Out Into the Deep” September 20-22, 2019.

4 Comments

  1. Liz

    Am praying with you as God surprises us with new adventures!

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  2. Pam OConnell SCNA

    This group worked very hard during their time in Chattanooga. Loved having them with us!!

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  3. Mary Anne Burkardt scn

    Thanks to each of you for your dedicated service with and for our associates! I really Miss being with you all… And I’m so proud to have been a part of this team! Take care my prayers are with you… Loving gratitude!!

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  4. Maria Brocato

    Blessings, dear Core Council members. Thank you for your dedication and good work.

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