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CHEERS TO A NEW YEAR!Matt Raehn

Greetings, Savannah Post!  Welcome to our newly revamped webpage and to 2021! A New Year brings new hope and optimism that we will be able to see you all again this year in person, hopefully sooner rather than later!

I’m privileged to continue to serve as your President this year. The Savannah Post has been around since 1946 and we take a lot of pride in the mission that we serve. We are 1 of 3 Large Posts to increase membership size in 2020, growing from 602 to 615!  I’m proud to be a part of this resilient Post and on this journey with all of you. I commit to put my best foot forward in leading our talented group of volunteers serving as Directors, Post Officers, and Committee Chairs to provide you with a year of relevant content and exciting events.

Here are a few things to highlight that we are focused on for this year:

  1. As you can see, there has been a lot of effort that has gone into refreshing our SAME Savannah Website to make it a more functional and user-friendly website to give our members a positive experience. We will continue to invest here and make continual updates throughout the year.
  2. Increasing our presence on social media through Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
  3. Along these same lines, we are continuing to adapt to this virtual world and increasing our Post communications. Huge thanks to the Website & Media Communications Committee – Lee Sisco and Stephanie Dammen-Morrell for their efforts. Please be sure to connect with and follow SAME on our social media platforms and let us know if you have an announcement, suggestion, or something you would like communicated to the Savannah Post Members.

In closing, I’m very bullish on 2021, despite the pandemic. We’ll continue to adapt to life in the virtual world, and eventually get back to in-person events. No way to tell when that will be since my crystal ball is still being worked on, but for now we’re planning virtual events through May 2021.  We’re prepared to adjust as things evolve, but in the interim, please let us know how we can provide added value for your time – networking, leadership development, PDHs. We appreciate your support, loyalty and looking forward to continuing to serve in 2021!

V/r,
Matt Raehn
Savannah Post President

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