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I did re-join this year after an absence of almost ten years.
Still thinking about re-upping.
I very much like the group of people in my local chapter, and being
active in the chapter gives me opportunities to work with them. I dove
right in this year and took on co-chairmanship of our programs committee
and so far feedback has been positive about some changes the co-chair
and I have made. I'll probably renew to continue this work and keep its
My salary survey questions/hassles have been solved with the bls link
provided here on the list, thanks.
My attitude about STC as a viable and worthwhile national organization
is in the toilet, though.
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