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The Board welcomes all members present as well as those of you who are viewing through the webcast. This is our first time attempting a webcast, and we look forward to your feedback. It is our desire that interested parties in all areas of the country may benefit from this annual meeting. We are thankful to all of our patrons whose support is shown by your attendance here and by your financial support of the Special Education Association. More importantly, we are thankful for the prayers to our heavenly Father, who has in His infinite wisdom gra­ciously given us many...

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The close of volume year #64 marks an end and a beginning. Volume #64 is the last volume with Prof. H.C. Hoeksema as editor. He has served in that position, formally, for 24 years. He took over a year earlier when his father, Rev. Herman Hoeksema, had a stroke, so he has been at the helm for 25 years. A recognition banquet was held at the time of Synod in Prof. H.C. Hoeksema’s honor, with the Theological School Committee, the delegates at Synod, the Reformed Free Publishing Association Board, and the other two Professors attending. We take this opportunity publicly...

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At the close of volume year #63, the board reports on the activities of the past year. God has again been faithful, as is evidenced by the continued publication of the Standard Bearer. Our new business manager will be Mr. Donald Doezema. He has consented to take on the responsibilities, in the near future. Mr. Vander Wal will assist during this transition period. The board again thanks Mr. Vander Wal for his many, many years of dedicated and careful labor. We look forward to working with Mr. Doezema in the coming years. Our mailing equipment, which we purchased last year, has...

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*We print here an abbreviated version of the annual report. May 2, 2011 The Board welcomes all of you to this annual meeting and thanks you for the support you show by your attendance this evening. The Lord in His infinite knowledge and plan has given us the privilege of educating all the covenant children that He has given us. We as a Board are privilegedto work for the children with special needs whom God in His wisdom has given us. We need your help, your prayers, and your financial support, but also we need you to advocate for this great cause....

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