33rd ISA: We Give You The Message From the USA NSA President, Sandi Quinn, at it appears in Memories of Midland.

F USA-NSA%20Logo5-Revised[1]Greetings from Hendersonville, NC,

I have not had the privilege of visiting Midland or playing shuffleboard there, but I have heard and read many wonderful accounts of both. Regrettably, I am unable to be at this ISA event, however; I am happy and confident to be represented by our 2nd Vice President, Rich Phifer. Thank you Rich!

I congratulate the town of Midland for hosting another ISA event and thank everyone of Midland for their time, dedication and hard work that went into hosting both events.

 Thank you Myrna, Stan, Murray, Gary and every one of the CNSA for your dedication, time and work to help organize this ISA event, and for supporting shuffleboard in Canada and the ISA.

Thank you Michael for your help, understanding and support to me in the months leading up to this ISA event, and thank you, along with the entire ISA, for your time, dedication and never-ending work in promoting, organizing and supporting shuffleboard world-wide.

And, most importantly, thank you Players from the US and every other country, TD and assistants, Captains of all teams and every other person who will be working to make this ISA event successful. My thoughts and best wishes will be with each and every one of you during this week.

God Bless and Happy Shuffling,

Sandi Quinn, USANSA President

Posted by Stan McCormack. 2014 08 28.

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