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2014-2019 SFS 5-Year Strategic Plan

The Long-range Planning Committee, in collaboration with members of the Executive Committee, has produced the next five-year Strategic Plan for the Society. This Plan, while retaining a number of key goals and initiatives from the last plan, has new areas of emphasis which will help guide the Society over the next five years, and beyond.

We are posting the final version of the Plan on the Society’s web page below for your consideration. Please review this important document since we will be asking the membership to vote to approve this plan at the Business Meeting in Portland.

Sincerely,

Brian Shelley, Mark Luttenton, & Randy Fuller

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