I have to agree with Hollora and Dan. In my opinion, a single monthly newsletter hasn't included a lot regarding the board....not sure that is the intent of the newsletter....a sparsely postings about changes and new initiatives. Frankly, send me an email. I then can choose to block it in the future or read it. And since I've become a member and donated, that certainly signifies my willingness to receive information. I do not need to know what led to Dan's decision or the details other than to say he is a valued member in that he brought experience, reason and a "blind eye" to the process and the advisory board. And certainly, the entire board consists of a well rounded, experienced and geographically located members. What's not to like?
Originally Posted by dubord207
Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.