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By ACHA on 10/29/2013 10:04 AM

By Donna Smith

Think about the last time you received a newsletter from ACHA. You know it came to your email address. You know you enjoyed reading it. You know you appreciated the information. But were you amazed to find that little gem of a newsletter inside your e-mail box? Probably not.

But I was.

In fact, the newsletter’s appearance always seems a bit magical to me. No, not because I’m on some great medications! Not because I’m a technological dinosaur. But because I was on ACHA’s newsletter committee from 2005 through 2008 when ACHA’s quarterly newsletter was printed in hard copy and mailed to members’ homes.