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President’s Message #2 Create Your Own Review

Posted By: LarryLam on June 22, 12:03 PM

Hello, Visitor!

I'm excited!  Why?  Because after years of dreaming about a vital, community-interactive Post 21 Club website, I think we're really making progress in making the dream come true!

If you're clicking through the site, hopefully you'll be noticing some of the interesting videos we've collected; articles about Autism and how things are massively changing (for the better!); marveling at some of the works of art created by "our guys on the Spectrum"; and other features-in-the-making.

On the downside, perhaps you'll come across some aspects of the website that still need a lot of development and refinement.  I would  personally like to see so many aspects of the website developed further, but of course things take time.

I invite you to join in and participate (there are multiple ways).  Hopefully, you'll become a subscribing member and join us in this adventure.  At the very least, I hope you'll write to info@post21club.org and give us your thoughts about what you like or don't like about this site, and your positive suggestions, as well!  We want to be your "go-to" Adult Autsim community resources website!  Feedback, input, and suggestions are always welcome.

On June 27, 2018, we're holding a Focus/Community Group meeting, and interested parties are welcome to attend and share their views about our website.  Invites have already been sent, but we may have room to accommodate more people.  Again, if you are interested, email us at info@post21club.org and we'll try to make room for your.  There will be some refreshments served!

 

Sincerely,

Larry Lam

President, Post 21 Club

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