NAHSL Name Change Survey

May 14, 2009 at 3:54 pm | Posted in General News | 1 Comment

You may recall the blog posting a few weeks back regarding the accepted motion by the NAHSL membership for the creation of an ad hoc subcommittee to look at the specifics involved in officially changing the group’s name. This notice asked for suggestions for new names to be sent to the subcommittee. These were then compiled into one list.

The Name Change Subcommittee would like to now offer to the membership a survey containing this complete list. They wish to identify which of the suggested names is most preferred by the membership. Please take a moment to complete the survey, ranking your top three favorite names. You will see that some of the suggested names are quite similar to each other, however they are not identical.

The survey will be open until June 5.

Please remember that this is just a survey to identify which name is the most preferred by NAHSL members as an alternative to NAHSL; it is not an official vote.

Additionally, the subcommittee reminds everyone that they have been busy collecting all of the information associated with changed the name of the organization including all implications and costs. The subcommittee will present a report for the membership’s consideration once their work is completed.

[Note: A link to the survey was sent to all members via the NAHSL listserv. If you are a NAHSL member and did not receive the link, please contact Sally Gore.]

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  1. I think it would be good to move the discussion about the name change to the blog rather than the list, that way only those who want to follow it can do so without filling the mailboxes.
    While I agree that it is not the most pressing issue in the world, I do favor a name for our association that would reflect our New England membership. The North Atlantic phrase does not square with the fact that one member state has no Atlantic coast line at all.

    Best wishes to all.


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