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Subject:Help! Robert's Rules of Order From:Grace Joely Beatty <Empressgjb -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Feb 1995 18:10:19 -0500
In a moment of enthusiasm and weakness I volunteered to conduct a workshop in
Robert's Rules of Order for the Auxiliary Organization of our local hospital.
Does anyone know of a SHORT summary of Robert's Rules?
I thought I would run the workshop as a role playing session and actually
discuss/propose/debate a FUN issue. Has anyone ever done something like this.
Any ideas? The vast majority of these volunteers are retired folks if that
helps to narrow the focus.
I'd appreciate any thoughts/advice/commiserations you may have on the
Thanks very much,
Internet address = EmpressGJB -at- aol -dot- com