1. Message from the President
2. NAMCA Board Executive and Members
3. NAMCA Committees
4. NAMCA Convention, 2020 Announcement
5. Disaster and how can we all help
6. In Memoriam
7. Insurance Repatriation Benefits
8. Graduation Celebration, Class of 2019
9. NAMCA Education Resource Center, ERC
10. NAMCA Website & NAMCA’s Email
11. Membership and Donations
12. Lumasaba Corner, Folksong, Riddle, Lumasaaba translation test, Indika game
MESSAGE FROM THE NAMCA PRESIDENT, Dr. Betty Wakou
I greet you once again on behalf of the NAMCA Board!
As the New Year approaches, may you feel blessed as you cross from 2019 to 2020. May the New Year be the silver lining for members and NAMCA. May the New Year bring you warmth, love, happiness, and prosperity, and may you resolve to give more to NAMCA projects.
Happy New Year, 2020 to you all Bamasaaba in the diaspora and at home!
What should be one of your New Year resolutions? According to Goran Person, “Let our New Year’s resolution be this, we will be there for one another as fellow members of humanity, in the finest sense of the word.”
This is our first NAMCA Newsletter after a long time. Our goal is to publish the Newsletter on a quarterly basis. To facilitate this publication goal, I ask that you send us stories and news that Bamasaba and Friends will benefit from reading. Folklore and songs, riddles, rhymes are all welcome. You can do even better by joining the editorial team today.
We invite members in the community to bring your interests and skills to the NAMCA leadership committees.
Allow me to introduce to you once again your NAMCA Board. These members are working tirelessly to ensure that the NAMCA flag shines bright and are willing to listen to you in order to improve how NAMCA works.
Thank you Betty for the good Job