PPBI Newsletters

PPBI attempts to publish four newsletters annually:

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Winter

This schedule is modified depending on if the fish are biting, deer season is open, March Madness is underway, college football season is open, snow needs shoveling, or the lawn needs mowing.

We welcome contributions. If you would like to contribute any news article, item of interest, tips, reports of events that you think would be of interest to our readers, just send it to us at:

ppbi@ppbi.org

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file icon PPBI Fall 2009 Newsletterhot!Tooltip 07/29/2009 Hits: 12386
file icon PPBI Spring 2010 Newsletter hot!Tooltip 02/07/2010 Hits: 9131

PPBI, Inc. January 2010 Newsletter.  Content Best Practice Award, Building Relationship Course, Gen Honore, Chairman's Notes, Meta Leadership, External Defibrillator and more.

file icon PPBI Fall 2010 Newsletter hot!Tooltip 09/09/2010 Hits: 7091

PPBI, Inc. September 2010 Newsletter.  Content: Best Practice Award, Brit Weber facilitates exercise, PPBI Course & workshop, new crossword puzzle, BC Darwin Awards, Last Words, News Flash

file icon PPBI Spring 2011 Newsletterhot!Tooltip 03/04/2011 Hits: 6807

PS-Prep, Maturity Model Course, Get-A-Plan, Readiness Quiz, and of course, the answer to both the last newsletter crossword AND our expert puzzle handed out at both DRJ conferences last year.

file icon Summer 2011 Newsletterhot!Tooltip 08/23/2011 Hits: 3983

Summer 2011 Newsletter: Information about our PPBI Emergency Management Workshop.  Details on our new "Everything You Need to Know About PS-PREP" post conference course.  An article by Dr Tom Phelan on tools the emergency manager needs to have and where to get them.  Notes from the Chairman. A hurricane tracking map and other tools.  Some upcoming FEMA webinar info, recent survey results, and Sept-National Preparedness Month.   And, of course, our wrap up article "Work's Over, Lets Go to the Games". 

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