Unlike the other posts I am in change of managing on this blog, my letters to UMCA is my own personal action. Older letters at bottom, newer ones on top.--Mavis Irwin, UMCA member.
July 29: Managing Director's contract is renewed.
July 20: 21-month old messages summarized.
July 6: Lessons from history: How stable is UMCA-RAAM's partnership?
June 27: Offer of apology still stands.
April 28: Couragous UMCA members then a stirred crowd containing public personal questions and attacks
April 21: UMCA membership went down and election results
March 25: Question about article 3 and not article 12 reportingly reviewed
March 25: Letter asking UMCA why they rejected SaveUMCA's financial assistance and didn't note in the magazine that the assistance was offered. ($8,600 was used for legal advice with the note about certain people--indirectly the SaveUMCA--causing this to happen.)
March 15th: Attendence to open up the communicating channels between UMCA and SaveUMCA, but got personal attacks from UMCA's Vice President instead.
March 8-12th: Response to lawsuit threat from RAAM LLC
February 17-27th: Why UMCA needs an UMCA Managing Director replacement
February 17th (and other dates listed in link): Questions relating Marino's 13-page RAAM Report
February 17th (and other dates listed in link): Questions relating Fred Boethling, the RAAM President/CEO, at UMCA's executive committee meeting
February 6-8th: Discussion with BoD Jerry Segal
January 28th: First wave of questions being answered by Board's Liaison