Creating a newsletter for one of the tribes I’m working with~


I’ve been helping to design a newsletter for one of the tribes I’m working with the Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Indian Tribe –  This past week I have been creating the template and setting it all up – deadline is Jan. 1st – believe I have the bases of it done and everyone seems to be happy with it so far – goes out every 4 months for them~ The newsletter is coming along nicely – I have had a lot of fun creating it – Have the format created and only waiting for everything to come in from the tribe to add it to the newsletter~  I have always done newsletters for my group and such over the years so pretty good at creating them – was an honor to do this for them~

I do believe the past couple of weeks I had the flu – all better now and feel like myself again~

Coni

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