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The Quarterly Board Meeting for NWG was held at Braeda Bread on 33rd and Pioneers in Lincoln.

Several items discussed included:
The success of our Fall conference and WAN last July, anticipation of Spring 2014 Conference to be held April 11th and 12th at Mahoney State Park and feasible destinations for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 conferences. Suggestions on destination and venues are welcome from members.
The deadline for submissions for our quarterly installment of The Broadside is November 5th so please submit pertinent information to board members for inclusion in that issue by that date.

Charlene Neely gave a wonderful account of the 2013 Nebraska State Fair with 19 participating members covering 33 timeslots and sales of 57 books plus traffic interest of many passersby.

The Board members wish to again offer their sincere appreciation to Charlene Neely, Jeanette Bjerrum, Judy and Harold Rosenkotter for their work putting the Nebraska State Fair event together. Thank you also to all the members who took time from their busy schedules to visit and/or participate.

Other committee reports included the membership enrollment (Membership Chair-Gina Barlean) presented by Annette Snyder and publicity ideas of Doug Sasse and Sabrina Sumsion presented by Doug Sasse.

The next quarterly NWG board meeting will be held in January 2014 so watch for the date.

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When: October 21st, 2013 6:30 PM

Where: Braeda Bread 33rd & Pioneers, Lincoln, Ne.

All NWG members are welcome and encouraged to attend as the Nebraska Writers Guild Board discusses the business side of our organization.

Input from our members is always welcome and coming to the Quarterly Board Meeting is an easy way to get your ideas out, connect with the NWG board and learn about the processes of Nebraska Writers Guild.

Also, if you’ve ever considered volunteering for NWG board positions, attending board meetings will familiarize you about what’s involved in running our organization.

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