That's all I can think of.
Hope everyone is well!
I was wondering if we should consider postponing the newsletter? Everyone seems to be scrambling right now and it might lighten the load a bit. Thoughts? Trent, what do you think in particular?
I'm fine either way. It's something that's done completely virtually so I don't see it as much of an issue. I now have even more time to work on it. I'm still getting committee reports coming in. It just might be a smaller newsletter. It might be nice to hear from Ericka in all of this.
I don't want to burden committee chairs so in Monday's reminder email I'd stress that a report is optional. But a committee report is usually just a small paragraph so I don't think it's asking too much.
I'm open to other suggestions though. Thoughts?
You don't have to submit anything, especially with all that's going on. It's not required so don't feel obligated, but if you want to add something to the newsletter, I'm going to start putting it together on April 5.
Thanks and stay safe,
Becky, I've been thinking that you should be excused from copy editing this newsletter. Trent and I can handle that. Does that sound alright, Trent?
Also, all of you should feel free to take it easy with this committee. I understand that disseminating information in a timely manner is important, but I think everyone is more concerned with public health information at this time. Let me know if there is anyway I can lighten your loads during this stressful time, and take care and stay well!
Trent, I'll send you a short paragraph this weekend or so, and will be ready in April to help copy edit. Thanks for your dedication, everyone!
Sounds like a plan. Thanks, Karna!
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