The YAL chapter at Chaminade University of Honolulu was in need of a boost in our membership, as we are at a small school and membership has been down. So, we worked with out state chair, Tracy Alambatin, to reserve tabling space on campus and get our name out to the students and get new members.
We were able to set-up in the main part of campus with about six other student groups. We presented all our materials that YAL provided for our group to show students the impact that big government has had on the lives of students at Chaminade and in general. We were able to get a sheet of sign-ups and will work with our state chair to follow up with all the new sign-ups!Published in