New Year’s Greeting from the Dean, 2021
I trust that everyone is having a good holiday season and enjoying family and friends with safe and social distancing.
Our December Holiday Concert on December 18 was a great program with many fine performances by several of our members and guests. Thanks to Jim Gladstone, Sub-Dean, for organizing the performers and to Collin Whitfield, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, for editing and producing the final product. If you have not yet viewed the concert, I encourage you to do so from our Chapter’s Facebook Page that can be accessed on our website.
Chapter Facebook views to date have been 106 people, and YouTube views have been 239 views. We are a presence out there!!!
Plan to join us via Zoom for our next meeting on January 31, 2021, at 2:00 pm when we will share anecdotes about the many teachers and mentors who have had an impact on our lives and on our careers. Details will be forthcoming about the sign-in process for that meeting.
On a personal note, I am most glad and relieved to see 2020 come to a quick and resolute end. I realize that there are as many strong feelings about the past year’s events as there are people, AND we are all entitled to what we feel. It is our right as American citizens.
On the other hand, I do pray that 2021 will be a year full of light and hope which we so desperately need. If you are interested in a little holiday cheer, please watch the following links to YouTube. I guarantee that your spirits will be lifted. GUARANTEE!!! HANDS DOWN!!! 100%!!!
“Silent Monks Sing the “Hallelujah Chorus” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRhjWdr-LAA
“Grocery Store Jingle Bells” https://biggeekdad.com/2014/12/grocery-store-jingle-bells/
Joy and peace to you all!
Steven Egler Dean