Moon Society Meetings
Twice Monthly Management Committee Meetings
Once Quarterly Town Meetings (Except 3rd Quarterly)
Annual Membership Meeting (August)
January 9, 2011
For those members who may not have time to get involved in this way, or even to audit meetings now and then, there is always the options of
- Email to the President email@example.com
- Postal Mail to
Moon Society Program Services,
PO Box 080395,
Milwaukee, WI 54208.
These time slots favor members in the Continental United States. Yet members outside the US have arranged to be present on a regular basis. This may involve personal inconvenience and does require dedication, and is much appreciated.
The Annual Membersip Meeting is held on ASI-MOO, in the auditorium
Management Committee Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of Every Month
(This will be Thursday mornings and afternoons in the Eastern Hemisphere: Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia)
The Management Council includes all elected Board Members and all elected Society Officers.
If you are free during the scheduled meeting times, and have computer access, and have an interest in the Society's decision making process, please contact Dana Carson to arrange for you to access the Moon-Leaders meeting room. Anyone may enter the MOO Commons and explore. But only those with pre-arranged permission will be able to get into the Council meeting room.
Your experience here will help you make a decision whether or not to run for a society office or board slot. But even if that is not an issue, member interest in our proceedings is most welcome.
Town Meetings, open to all members as well as visitors, are held the 2nd Wednesday of the second month of each Quarter. that is, on the 2nd Wednesdays of February, May, and November. The General Membership Meeing will be held in this slot in August.
The Annual Membership Meeting is held the second Wednesday of August.
Moon Society Meetings - 2011
Western Hemisphere (North & South America) = Wednesday pm's
[Eastern Hemisphere (Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia = Thursday am's and pm's]