New Chapter of American Handwriting Analysis Foundation launches Sat., April 27 in California
04/24/2013

Members of AHAF are kicking off the new North Bay Chapter on Sat., April 27, 2013. National President Sheila Lowe will demonstrate how handwriting shows what makes people tick, and National VP Linda Larson will show how handwriting tells when a person might be lying.

Online PR News – 24-April-2013 – Ventura, CA – Members of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation (AHAF) are kicking off the new North Bay Chapter on April 27, 2013. Using the handwritings of celebrities, visiting National President Sheila Lowe will demonstrate how handwriting shows what makes people tick, and National Vice-President Linda Larson will talk about Dissimulation, how handwriting shows when a person may not be telling the truth.

Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. at the Rohnert Park-Cotati Library, 6250 Lynne Conde Way, Rohnert Park. Participants should bring a sack lunch, and can enjoy light refreshments provided by the chapter. In the afternoon session, attendees are encouraged to bring handwriting samples for group discussion. The meeting will adjourn at 3:30. This is a FREE event, public invited.

Here is the agenda for the day:
North Bay Chapter Meeting Agenda
Saturday, April 27, 2013
10:15 Sign-in and refreshments in main meeting room (on the right, coming in the main door)
10:30-12:00 Motivations: Maslow’s Heirarchy – Sheila Lowe
12:00-12:15 Break (tight time schedule does not allow for full lunch - encouraged to bring a sack lunch)
12:15-1:15 Dissimulation – Linda Larson
1:30-2:00 Presentation of charter by AHAF President Sheila Lowe in Conference Room (inside the second set of library doors and second door on the right)
Election of officers
Anyone interested in serving as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President of Hospitality or Vice President of Membership, contact Linda Green (greenmsngr@gmail.com)
2:30-3:30 Analysis of handwriting samples contributed by audience

"This is a great opportunity for people to see the practical applications for handwriting analysis used every day," stated Theresa Ortega, National Social Media/PR Chair for AHAF.

RSVP to Linda Green: greenmsngr@gmail.com or 209-518-8243. Space for the afternoon meeting is limited, interested participants should register now.

About the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation
The American Handwriting Analysis Foundation came into existence in 1967. AHAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the handwriting sciences. AHAF promotes education for handwriting examiners at all levels of experience and from all schools of thought. They also promote the teaching of cursive handwriting through their national effort, Campaign for Cursive.

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