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Stuart Cameron McLeod Society


 The SCMS was formed in 1934 as the Spot Club. In 1957, the name was changed in recognition of Stuart Cameron McLeod, one of the founders of the Spot Club and Executive Secretary of IMA from 1919 until his death in 1944.


 PURPOSE The purpose of the Club is to provide a means whereby former officers and directors of the Association may continue the associations and contacts which they formed while in office and to make available to the current management of the Association the advice and experience of past officers.


BENEFITS Benefits of the Stuart Cameron McLeod Society (SCMS) Membership include: " Continued recognition of your IMA Leadership role " Networking with IMA/SCMS peers " Continued Education " Fellowship " Promote the future of your profession " Mentor with colleagues, peers and students " Serve on a variety of SCMS committees


ELIGIBILITY To qualify for membership in the SCMS you must be a current or past:


Regional Director
Regional Council Committee Chair
Regional Council Officer
National Committee Member
Voting Member of the National Board of Directors
National Officer


If you are eligible and desire to join the SCMS, contact Linda Turner at (800) 638-4427, extension 1553.

INDUCTION The candidates can be inducted into the SCMS in the presence of the Society officers, governors and members at the annual dinner and meeting held during IMA's Annual Conference. Candidates may also be inducted at the SCMS mid-year meeting or a local SCMS induction ceremony held by a regional council.

EVANSVILLE CHAPTER MEMBERS

 

BRIAN L. MCGUIREJAMES G. HUMMELLAWRENCE J. PRESKE
LINDA J. STOCKSLIV A. WATSONMARTHA L. ALLE
ROBERT HAMPEL (DECEASED)
AMY MINGS
TANIA M. HERKE
WILLIAM HOLLAND
 
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