The Brewers Association is bringing back a group of Beer Geeks—or knowledgeable beer enthusiasts—for the second year at its festival to help educate volunteers on the different beers and breweries that will be showcased.
To help spread the word about the dangers of texting while driving, the South Carolina Press Association and its newspaper members are sponsoring a statewide essay and video contest for high school students.
With a range of member demographics spanning kids to adults, the American Youth Circus Organization decided to change how it tailors content toward its audience segments, which meant forming a whole new branch.
As part of a national memorial project, the Kansas Press Association is joining other state press associations around the country in a search for photos of every soldier killed during the Vietnam War.
As more communities adopt bike-sharing programs, key stakeholders in the industry have launched the North American Bikeshare Association to provide a forum for programs to share best practices and advocate for favorable policy initiatives. Last weekend, it marked a big moment: its first annual meeting.
Running on a shoestring budget with a volunteer board and no current staff, the association is regrouping after becoming solvent in July with the help of several grants from large healthcare organizations and private donors.
After a tragedy that served as a wakeup call, the State Bar of Arizona worked to educate legal professionals on workplace safety and was recently awarded for its efforts. Violence in the workplace is not something anyone likes to think about. Until one day it strikes close to home, and it becomes less of a […]
After a magnitude-6.0 earthquake rocked northern California last weekend, one association is helping local wineries assess the damage and get back on their feet.
After a possible Ebola case surfaced in Sacramento, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United called for transparency and strict adherence to CDC protocols among hospitals and health agencies.
In response to national survey findings indicating military families are visiting food banks more frequently than their civilian counterparts, the National Military Family Association is raising awareness of this population’s financial vulnerabilities.