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The '''History Committee''' is a [[NASPA]] [[committees|committee]] established in April 2009 to
help record the history of the association and of organized SCRABBLE® activities in the United
States and Canada in general.
To contact the History Committee send an email to [mailto:naspa-history@yahoogroups.com naspa-history@yahoogroups.com].
== Members ==
The committee has the following members:
* [[Joey Mallick]] (chair)
New members are welcome.
== Agenda ==
== Agenda ==

Latest revision as of 10:56, 23 September 2013

The History Committee is an inactive NASPA committee. Its mandate is to record the history of competitive SCRABBLE activity in the United States and Canada. To contact the committee, please send an email message to the committee chair.


The following members currently belong to the committee:

[photo of John Chew]
ex officio
[photo of Judy Cole]
ex officio
[photo of Andy Saunders]

The following members have served past terms on the committee:

[photo of Chris Cree (SM)] Chris Cree (SM)
ex officio
[photo of Joey Mallick (SM)] Joey Mallick (SM)
[photo of Dallas Johnson] Dallas Johnson
ex officio


The Committee has the following items on its agenda:

  • Locating missing data from past tournaments and adding them to [1].
  • Ensuring that NSA archives are not lost in the transition to NASPA.
  • Maintaining historical records for NASPA.