On the GWTA Web site, as well as any
regional, state/provincial or chapter
site, we rely on officers and members to
inform us of any changes that need to be
made in order to keep the sites current.
Outdated and/or incorrect information makes
the whole association look bad, and our
Webmasters only know what they've been told.
Let's help them out by keeping them
Check the Web sites within your area of
responsibility and if you find one that is
outdated, ask the party responsible to have
it updated. If a site is abandoned let all
Webmasters who may have a link to it know as
soon as possible so they can remove the bad
link. Again, these sites reflect poorly on
the association and the entity they
On the association Web site, go to the
Map, click your region on the map,
then go through the information on that page
to see that your information is up-to-date.
From that area there are links to region,
state/provincial and chapter Web sites as
well as officer names, email addresses and
phone numbers. This is important contact
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