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The "trouble" with associations and the LatinX study

Written by Merideth Bucher, Producer and Kate Sweigart, Associate Producer | Feb 27, 2019 4:53 AM
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What to look for on Smart Talk Wednesday, February 27, 2019:

There are nearly 90,000 associations registered with the IRS in the United States. They may all have different missions, but most struggle with similar challenges; recruiting and retaining members.

Is it more important to recruit or retain? And what will happen if an organization is experiencing problems with both?

Appearing on Smart Talk to discuss the membership challenges facing associations are Steve Grumm, Executive Director of the Lancaster Bar Association, John Kramb, past District Governor, Rotary International and Thomas Hanzes, State Commander, Pennsylvania Veterans of Foreign Wars

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 John Kramb, past District Governor of Rotary International, and Steve Grumm, Executive Director of the Lancaster Bar Association

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Thomas Hanzes, State Commander, Pennsylvania Veterans of Foreign Wars

Also, York College Senior Cody Little, was an intern with the Arthur J. Glatfelter Institute for Public Policy when he co-authored a study that is gaining a lot of attention.

The focus of the study is on the growing Hispanic population in York County, and the data the study revealed was surprising.

Joining Smart Talk to discuss the report's impact are Cody Little, York College student and Vinny Cannizzaro, Director of the Arthur J. Glatfelter Institute for Public Policy.

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Vinny Cannizzaro, Director of the Arthur J. Glatfelter Institute for Public Policy and Cody Little, York College student.

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