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Region 10 comprises not only the Uniformed Services Affiliate and NCLEHA, but also the Far East Affiliate, the Jamaica Affiliate, foreign members generally, and the Industry Affiliate.
As a representative of CCDEH and NCLEHA, he has been a part of numerous work groups sponsored by CDC, the California State Legislature, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations.
* has had formal working relationships and represents NEHA on working committees of other national organizations such as NACCHO, ASTHO, NALBOH, APHA, APHL, CSTE, AEHAP, NCSL, ALA, ICMA, CFA, ELI, NaCO, NOWRA, IFEH, AWWA, ECOS, NAWT, APA, NCLEHA, CIPHI, PSR, and SNA.
Competition also was keen for the Hewlett Packard Photo Printer from the Industry Affiliate, which a determined Steve Asay took home, along with a Sony CD Walkman donated by the National Conference of Environmental Health Administrators (NCLEHA).
NEHA will develop and guide the consortium, which will comprise staff and members of key national partner organizations, including ASTHO, the American Public Health Association (APHA), the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), the National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH), the National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators (NCLEHA), the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS), the Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs (AEHAP), and the Environmental Health Accreditation Council (EHAC).
There was spirited bidding for Team America golf balls, chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, and coffee donated by the Hawaii affiliate, as well as for a three-in-one DVD/VCR/CD player donated by Kairak, Inc; a beautiful Tiffany-style waterlilies lamp donated by the Minnesota affiliate; a rare-birds binocular kit that included binoculars and a bird-watching guidebook donated by the National Conference of Local Environmental Health Administrators (NCLEHA)., and a striking Pendleton wool blanket donated by the Oregon affiliate.