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Photo by Bill White

What’s Happening in GNPA

 

Bill White
GNPA President

Our chapters are conducting in-person meetings again, and offering some excellent speakers.  If you cannot make it to your local chapter meeting for whatever reason, our Programs Committee has been producing monthly programs with outstanding photographers on Zoom. To learn about upcoming programs, join the statewide GNPA Meetup Group for updates. As a GNPA member, you can also watch recorded versions of all these programs, at your conveneience, via our website. One of the benefits of GNPA membership is the ability to learn from outstanding phgoraphers, and our webinars and chapter meetings are great opportuities to do that.

Our annual weekend in the Smokies will have concluded by the time you read this. If you couldn’t attend this year, be sure to take part in 2023. It’s a terrific trip that you don’t want to miss.

The 2023 GNPA Expo will be held in the Atlanta area. Plans are being finalized now, and will be announced once all the details are completed.

The nominating committee is looking for new GNPA board members for next year. If you want to throw your hat in the ring, please let me know. Plus, every chapter needs a few more good folks to help out with the meetings and events. It’s a great way to get involved, meet other photographers and contribute to our volunteer organization.

See you in the field.

— Bill

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