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The NRHS has canceled the 2020 Spring Conference that was to be held in
Cincinnati OH. This cancellation was undertaken due to the coronavirous
(COVID-19) situation.

Conference Committee

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Letter to NRHS members;  

This week we are receiving the CDC’s latest guidelines, which restrict events of more than 50 people for a matter of weeks. We are supportive of this decision as the health and safety of our members is our highest priority. The situation is fluid. It evolves by the hour, and unfortunately we don’t have a date we can circle on the calendar for when this restriction(s) will be over.  

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The NRHS Officers have reviewed the current situation concerning travel, meetings and the coronavirus (COVID-19). It has been decided that no events will be held for the 2020 Spring Conference. The Officers of the NRHS consider our members health to be extremely important and that gathering for this Conference could be risky and would not be recommended.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention is urging
everyone to defer travel.

A recent Medicare.gov release reads:

“According to the CDC,

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Update: Online registration is now closed. A limited number of tickets are still available for most events. They will be available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis in the Registration Room in the Nashville Airport Hotel, beginning on Tuesday, June 20th at 3 PM.

Breaking News: At the last minute, the Tennessee Central Railway Museum has offered cab rides in the diesel locomotives over four segments of the Saturday, June 24th rail trip.

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NRHS Members:

First, I want to thank all our board members leaving the board. Greg Molloy (President/District 6), Patrick Molloy (District 5), Claude Doane (District 7) and Robert Neman (District B). All have worked tirelessly for the good of the NRHS over many many years.  I say “Thank You” on behalf of all members of the NRHS.

Our new 2015/2016 board will be seated at the Fall Conference held this year in Johnson City,

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The 2014 NRHS Election results were announced August 25 and Al Weber, District 6 Director, was named president for the 2014-2016 term of office. He will succeed Greg Molloy, who has served as president since 1994. Weber and all newly-elected NRHS board members will take office during the November 14-16 Fall Conference in Johnson City, TN. The final ballot results follow:

President

Al Weber – 1869 votes (W)

Greg Molloy –

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While everyone likes to focus on the programs of their favorite nonprofit organization, the bottom line is that running a nonprofit is no different than running a business. The simple truth is that NRHS is selling a $50 product for $40, and no business can do that for long.

NRHS has been committed to providing a consistent package of benefits to its members: four editions of the NRHS Bulletin, six editions of the NRHS News,

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