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5/100 Legacy Campaign update.

The ARMA International Educational Foundation (AIEF) Board of Trustees is in the midst of a grassroots campaign to solidify the "5/100 Legacy" fundraising program. They've sought and identified chapter leaders to serve as chapter foundation champions. These champions pledged to contact every ARMA member before the end of February, asking for members' support for the "5/100 Legacy Campaign" This is a monumental task and one that will ensure the legacy of the AIEF.

If you haven't heard from your champion yet, go to www.armaedfoundation.org and click on the 5/100 Legacy Campaign. It's that easy, and you'll be helping your educational foundation create a positive legacy for records and information management.
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Title Annotation:ARMA International Educational Foundation Board of Trustees
Publication:Information Management Journal
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 1, 2003
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