Attached is the March issue of The Minnesota Parliamentarian.
It includes information about the 2021 MSAP Convention and related information.
MSAP is sponsoring a seminar designed for anyone interested in learning more about parliamentary procedure, especially those serving currently serving on boards of directors.
Attend any or all of the four sessions. There is no registration fee; however, space is limited and participants.
Register by sending an email to WorkshopMSAP@gmail.com. You will receive a response email that will include a survey. A response to the survey is required before the Zoom link(s) will be sent. Registration for each seminar is limited to 50 participants.
Please share/forward the attached flier to your friends and colleagues who may be interested in participating
Below is a PDF containing the slide we'll be using for this weeks meeting. Hope to see you all there
NAP has once again proclaimed April as Parliamentary Law Month. This is a wonderful time to build awareness of the need for parliamentary procedure and the services of a parliamentarian. It’s also a great time to highlight NAP as a resource, as well as your local unit’s meetings and expertise.
Does your association or unit have events planned to celebrate and promote parliamentary procedure? If you need some ideas, here are some that members have come up with over the years:
THE MINNESOTA STATE ASSOCIATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS cordially invite you to the annual MSAP Fall Seminar
Saturday, October 5, 2019
The Bring Back Motions
Registration Fee: $20 if postmarked by September 30th; $25 thereafter.
Send completed form and check (made out to MSAP) to
7:30 am: Breakfast Buffet
8 am - 12 Noon: Motions That Bring a Question Again Before the
NAP Convention Re-Cap
Hilton DoubleTree Hotel
Atrium Room II
7800 Normandale Blvd
Parliamentary education will be king when NAP convenes in Las Vegas. Make sure you’re there for it all!
Join parliamentarians from around the globe at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino for this year’s NAP convention. With more than 45 workshops planned, there truly will be something for everyone, regardless of experience.
more than 45
Even NAP’s biennial business meetings, held during the convention, offer prime education.
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Elmer was an active member of St. John Lutheran Church in Hollywood Township where he had served as an Elder and sang in the church choir which his wife Phyllis directed for many years.. In earlier years he had played Baritone in a community band. Elmer enjoyed playing cards, especially Sheepshead. He cherished time with his grandchildren Nate and Natalie. Elmer will be remembered for his always positive and kind nature that saw the positive in everything.
Elmer is preceded in death by his parents Elmer and Alvina Lehrke; brother Raymond Lehrke; sisters and brothers-in-law Florence and Rueben Narr, Ethel and Earl Emich; brother-in-law and sister-in-law William and Christy Umland.
Elmer is survived by his loving family: wife Phyllis Lehrke of Waconia; son and daughter-in-law Joel and Heidi Lehrke of Chanhassen; grandchildren Nate Lehrke of Landstuhl, Germany, Natalie Lehrke of Chanhassen; nieces and nephews Duane (Arlene) Narr, Corrine Allen, Donald (Nancy) Narr, David Narr, Cheryl (David Gutzmann) Klemp, Judy (Bruce) Pease, John (Janet) Umland, Julie (Norman) Krause, Peter Umland, Mark (Shelly) Umland; many great nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
Serving as casket bearers Nate Lehrke, Natalie Lehrke, Judy Pease, Bruce Pease, Donald Narr, David Narr, Peter Umland, Mark Umland.
Arrangements with the Johnson Funeral Home in Waconia. www.johnsonfh.com