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In June 2016, we conducted a BreadWorks Dining & Entertainment Survey of Society Members. We used SurveyMonkey in collaboration with our MailChimp hosted Membership Database to distribute and summarize the findings of our 10-Question online Survey.
To see the findings of our Survey, tabulated and graphed by SurveyMonkey, download the results file (in Adobe Reader .pdf format) using the following link:
We were pleased to find the high-level of satisfaction expressed to each Question in the Survey.
We plan to use this low-cost technology again in the future to solicit Member Feedback on other Society matters.
“Our new Book and Media Club will meet the “3rd Tuesday of each Month” at 3:30pm – Cabin Headquarters – Lynch Creek Farm. Our July Book-of-the-Month is “Running on Empty” by Peter H. Michael with the author in attendance. Society Membership is required. We will next meet on July 19th, 2016. Come prepared to discuss the Book and your thoughts about relevant Virtues.
Contact Kerry Carter to Reserve a Seat : Phone 267-973-8143 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are collaborating with 92Y (The 92nd Street Y in New York City), the Hoover Institution (Stanford University) and Citizen University (Seattle, WA) and have become a “Ben Franklin Circle” – a new nationwide initiative they formed to promote the “13 Virtues of Ben Franklin” originally conceived in 1727 and which Ben Franklin saw as a basis for self and community improvement. Our Society was approached to support this initiative, and we have agreed to do so. Find out more by using these website links:
Thanks to Maury York of the Tar River Center for History and Culture at Louisburg College for featuring our Ben Franklin Society Grist Mill Inventory Research Project in his Tar River Roots Series in the February 4, 2016 Issue of The Franklin Times.
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