Massachusetts Computer Using Educators, Inc. Historical Information
[Note: Like any other history/archive document, there will be new information. If you have any information you feel should be included in the MassCUE shared archives, please contact: Algot Runeman, MassCue historian.]
President: Earle Hancock
Vice President: Jane Manzelli
Treasurer: Pauline Lamarche
Secretary: Algot Runeman
At-Large: Chuck Drayton (SIG Coordinator), Joan Hamilton, Ron Koehler
Martin Huntley, Past President
Wayne G. Rego, School Committee Liaison
Bill Johnson, Outreach Coordinator
Jim Modena, Liaison to MAEM (librarians organization - recently MSLMA)
Rolf Erickson, Liaison from MAEM
Ginny Warn, Special Events Coordinator
Laurene Belisle, Conference Coordinator
John LeBaron, Higher Ed. Liaison
Gerri Abrams, Boston Computer Society Liaison
Linda Colvin, Vendor Coordinator
Laura Nash Peterson, Publicity Director
John Marsula, Publications Direcor and onCUE editor "It has been a battle to get enough advertising to support the newsletter. The dollars come in on an issue-by-issue basis" (John Marsula, at the 7/29/92 board meeting)
Nancy Vose, Advertising Coordinator
Tony D'Acchioli, Liaison with Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents
Fall - Worcester Holiday Inn - "Changing Tools for Changing Schools" - Keynotes: David Thornburg, Eric Jensen - attendance 609
Statehouse Day - Coordinator: Jane Manzelli - 60 school teams
AppleFest East - Coordinator: Linda Colvin - October 2-4 - Cosponsored by Boston Computer Society - MassCUE has a table at the event
Summer Leadership - "Educational Renaissance '92" - Facilitator: Gloria Frazier
MassEdOnline Proposed to legislature by John LeBaron of Technology Advisory Committee
Joint onCUE/BCS ESIG Newlsetter is planned to continue through at least April of 1993
The July 1992 board meeting was held at Ginny Warn's house on Martha's Vinyard. Is this the farthest east a board meeting was ever held?
MassCUE Membership as of November: 586 - 133 new since September.
Proposed Valentine's Day Membership Drive:
Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
You'll really be happy
if you join MassCUE.
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