Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the SCA Inc. Board of Directors, has published an informational message about the new policy on electronic newsletters.
Ms. Luther-Fulton writes:
The Board policy on kingdom electronic newsletters (e-newsletters) is scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2012, with the first e-newsletter available being the March, 2012 issue. Here are some of the important details of this policy.
- All paid Sustaining and International members will have access to all SCA, Inc. kingdom e-newsletters via a password-protected website, even if they choose to continue receiving paper newsletters.
- All kingdom newsletters will be 8.5”x11” with a uniform page count to allow all the paper newsletters to be sent in one bulk mailing.
- Within each kingdom, the paper and electronic newsletters will contain the same information, but the kingdom will have the option of including a supplemental PDF of articles, photo essays, art, etc. for the newsletters website.
- Once the link to the e-newsletter website is available on www.sca.org (after January 1, 2012), you may discontinue your paper newsletter, no matter where you are in your membership cycle. However, please be aware that no refunds can be issued if you choose to do so.
- An e-newsletter will not constitute proof of membership.
As always, we encourage your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org and will try to answer any question you may have. Your kingdom or officer ombudsman is always available to you to answer these questions directly and those assignments are listed in your newsletter and on the www.sca.org website.
You may also find answers to a number of other questions relating to e-newsletters on the SCA website at [the link below].
Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
Milpitas, CA 95036
You may also email email@example.com.
This announcement is an official informational release by the Society for Creative Anachronism , Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce this announcement in its entirety in newsletters, websites and electronic mailing lists.