Communication is Key Component For Keeping Councils Active

Atkinson, Peter
March 2007
Sea Power;Mar2007, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p64
The article focuses on communication as a key component for the sustainability of U.S. Navy League councils. This is manifested by the increasing membership of the Palm Springs, California Council which has already more than 200 members. John E. Easton, Palm Springs Council president, claims that regular contacts have helped increase opportunities for its members. Meanwhile, it considers the success of other councils like the Santa Barbara, California and Boca Delray, Florida Councils.


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