Pennsylvania Government to Levy Tax on Membership Fees

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The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (DOR) issued a sales and use tax ruling Jan. The post Pennsylvania Government to Levy Tax on Membership Fees appeared first on Associations Now

Pennsylvania Legislation Threatens Private Certification, ASAE Says

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A bill introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature is the latest in a series of state-level measures that threaten certifications offered by associations and other private organizations, according to ASAE and the Professional Certification Coalition.

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Campaign Shares Pennsylvania Public School Success Stories

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The Success Starts Here campaign, organized by the Pennsylvania Schools Boards Association, seeks to raise positive awareness of the public school system. It was time to really show the general public across the state of Pennsylvania the amazing things that happen across schools.

Gun-Control Critics Use Novel Law to Gain Ground in Pennsylvania

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A new law meant to curtail local gun-control ordinances in Pennsylvania has already put two of the state’s largest cities—Philadelphia and Pittsburgh—in the National Rifle Association’s litigation crosshairs.

Eagle Lake residents prohibited from their properties (PA)

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An injunction has been filed against the residents of a privately owned campground prohibiting them from visiting their properties. Read the article……………………………… Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pennsylvania Condo & HOA News

Eagle Lake injunction dissolved (PA)

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In a release to community members, the Board of Directors and management said the community is open to all owners. Read the article………………………… Case Discussions Legal & Legislative News Pennsylvania Condo & HOA NewsAs a result of a hearing held Friday morning, an injunction to close the Eagle Lake Community Association has been dissolved.

Grace Lynch joins The Moery Company’s Business Development Team

Moery Company

A life-long DC resident, Grace graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2018. The Moery Company (TMC) is pleased to announce the newest member of the Business Development team, Grace Lynch.

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Hospital Association Uses Grant to Build Opioid-Fighting Tactics

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The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania has launched a program, driven by face-to-face meetings, to encourage information sharing in fighting the opioid crisis in the state.

7 Award-Winning Ideas for Building Associations

GrowthZone

Membership Marketing Video: Pennsylvania Builders Association. The Big Book of Association Ideas: Building Industry Associations Edition showcases the 7 award-winning program and event ideas from the Association Momentum Awards Competition.

[DC AREA EVENT] 2015 Future of Associations

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New Member Onboarding (Part 2)

Reid All About it

Many associations still run orientations the way the Pennsylvania School Boards Association used to: “We talked at new members — the ‘It’s all about us’ approach.”. How’s your first-year member retention rate? Not that great? You’re not alone.

This Is the Perfect Time to Question What an Association Is

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I live in a fairly rural, farm town in Pennsylvania, so imagine my surprise when a relatively new company a few miles away from my home office made national news. Eight Oaks Farm Distillery has been growing a following for their spirits, but in light of the COVID-19 virus, the owners stopped production and started making hand sanitizer. Take a peek at this three-minute video from CNN. Notice all the impact of this good deed.

New Program Awards Libraries With Gold Stars

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By handing out bronze, silver, and gold stars, the Pennsylvania Library Association is recognizing libraries implementing an initiative to improve the state and its residents.

COVID-19 Expected to Fuel the Next Wave of Innovation

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Students at West Texas A&M University have come up with a antimicrobial patch that can be affixed to doorknobs, and researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are working on 3D-printed face shields and ventilators that can be manufactured quickly.

Study: Diversity Training Doesn’t Have the Intended Effect

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The report from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School summarizes research involving more than 3,000 employees at a global professional services firm.

Conference Circuit: International Society for Technology in Education

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Venue: Pennsylvania Convention Center. Rundown Attendees: 16,000 plus. Sessions: 1,400 plus. Vendors: 500 plus. The International Society for Technology in Education’s 2019 Conference begins this weekend in Philadelphia. Attendance is expected to top 16,000.

2018 Building Associations Momentum Award Winners

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Also earning top recognition was the Large Association winner, Pennsylvania Builders Association (PA); the Medium Association winner, Tidewater Builders Association (VA); and Small Association winner, University of Cincinnati Construction Student Association (OH).

One Builder Association’s Journey to an Affordable AMS

GrowthZone

When Laurie Lourie came on board as Executive Vice President of the York Builders Association in York, Pennsylvania, she brought 22 years of association experience and a keen eye for continuous improvement. THE CHALLENGE.

Membership Hack: Outstanding Student Award

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An awards program of the Academy of Osseointegration recognizes top-performing dental students. The recognition comes with a free membership, plus some additional member perks. How to hack it?

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.8.16

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The Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s marketing manager will share tactics to improve your learning catalog and member experience, while also driving membership and revenue numbers in the right direction.

How the Events Industry Is Coming Together Amid COVID-19

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And the Pennsylvania Convention Center and its Aramark partners donated 800 pounds of perishable food items to Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission and the Valley Youth House’s Achieving Independence Center for distribution to individuals and families in need.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 4.12.19

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Weaver, Website Manager, Pennsylvania Bar Institute.

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Fact-Checking Groups Aim to Minimize Coronavirus Confusion

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Meanwhile, FactCheck.org, which is run by the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania, has a Q&A on its website, laying out details about the spread of disease, limitations on travel, and the depth of the actual risk. “It

PA Court Reporters Lend Fast Fingers to Flight 93 Oral History Project

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Hundreds of hours of interviews need to be transcribed for the National Park Service’s Flight 93 Oral History Project, and the Pennsylvania Court Reporters Association is stepping up to help get the job done.

Is There a Science to Word of Mouth Marketing and Going Viral? A Q&A With Dr. Jonah Berger

Higher Logic

Dr. Berger is a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and bestselling author of Contagious: Why Things Catch On and Invisible Influence: The Hidden Forces that Shape Behavior. Do you ever wonder why certain videos go viral?

ASAE Announces Passing of CEO John H. Graham IV, FASAE, CAE

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The Graham family will hold a private service for John in Pennsylvania and a memorial service in Washington, DC, will follow. The longtime association chief executive died over the weekend after a battle with cancer.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.28.16

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Peter Calcara, CAE, Vice President, Government Relations, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Many of you have thanked me for putting together this list each week so I’m going to keep doing it.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.28.16

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Peter Calcara, CAE, Vice President, Government Relations, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Many of you have thanked me for putting together this list each week so I’m going to keep doing it.

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The Groups That Give Us Groundhog Day

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The offbeat holiday has inspired equally offbeat events—and not just in Pennsylvania, either. The club that started it all has deep cultural ties to the Pennsylvania Dutch community and religious tradition that birthed the phenomenon.

After Paris Attacks, Groups Share Advice on Coping With Fear

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Last week, leaders from the Pennsylvania Medical Society and Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society (PaPS) said fighting terrorism is not only an issue of emergency preparedness, but it should also address things such as depression, anxiety, and fear that may grow.

Conference Circuit: Outdoor Exploration for Conservationists

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The Wildlife Society’s annual conference , taking place in Pittsburgh October 25–30, may keep attendees busy, but they’ll also have ample opportunity to venture beyond the city’s urban boundaries and explore Pennsylvania’s wilderness and wildlife.

The Associations That Preserve Gettysburg’s Legacy

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A number of associations and nonprofits, built around both the Battle of Gettysburg and the president who made an iconic speech on the grounds of the Pennsylvania town 150 years ago this week, are working to keep the Civil War battle’s legacy alive.

26 ways association professionals find problem-solving inspiration

Association Success

Marissa Bankert of the Central Pennsylvania Independent Electrical Contractors has created specific Google Alerts so she knows when news breaks in her industry. .

Conference Circuit: Studying Society

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Venue: Pennsylvania Convention Center. Rundown Attendees: 5,000 plus. Research papers: 3,000. Program sessions: 600. Exhibitors: 43. The American Sociological Association ’s 113th Annual Meeting begins this weekend in Philadelphia. Attendance is expected to exceed 5,000.

Some Ideas Do Not Scale at Associations

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Every summer during Fourth of July week my husband’s family has a week-long reunion at a cabin in the Pennsylvania Poconos. Usually, twenty to forty people are there for every meal. This summer I decided to make my favorite from scratch pancake recipe for the whole gang.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 04.19.19

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Weaver, Website Manager, Pennsylvania Bar Institute.

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Keeping Goals with Social Fitness

Higher Logic

The University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication recently conducted a study that uncovered the benefits of virtual workout communities. We all know engagement can help your community members become more active, but can it also help your waistline?

Best Benefit Ever: On-Demand Tech Support

Associations Now

Real estate associations are starting to offer their members access to something they may not have when closing sales: support for their laptops, mobile phones, and tablets. The perk is an example of an association making a member benefit available to other groups around the country. What is it?

Pope Francis: Catholic Student Associations Capitalize on Papal Visit

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The University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Catholic Student Association (PCSA) found that displaying a cardboard cutout of the pontiff during a recent recruitment event drew large numbers of prospects.

Expos Returning to Philadelphia After Labor Contract Changes

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With a new labor agreement allowing the Pennsylvania Convention Center to drop some of its restrictive rules, associations are starting to take their events back to the venue.