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29 May 2007 @ 12:27 pm
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I just want to say hello and welcome everyone again to this forum.

Over the past few days I have added various articles that might be of interest to begin building resources on the forum. These were supplied by luckimom2002 and others at the CO FASD Parent Support group, so thank you.

I want to invite everyone to post to the forum. Jump right in with any questions, information, or stories you may have. Also, feel free to introduce yourself, we would love to learn more about everyone.

One thing that we do ask is that you try to remember to tag your posts. The moderators will be watching and helping with this but if you can do it when you post that would be nice. If there is a tag you would like added to the list either comment on a moderator's post or put a note at the bottom of your post. Thank you for your help on this, tagging helps everyone to find the information they are most interested in.

To find what you want, check the tag list on the right side of the web page or click on the appropriate tag on any post and that will get you to a list of post for that topic.

If you have any questions about how to use the forum comment to a post by a moderator or send an e-mail. If you want help with livejournal comment to this post and I'll do my best to help you out.

If you have questions about topics covered on this website and don't feel like signing up for livejournal feel free to comment at this post and a moderator will do their best to answer your question or they will post it to the general forum for more feedback.

Again, feel free to jump in anytime. Thank you.
 
 
 
luckimom2002 on June 8th, 2007 05:10 pm (UTC)
Warmest Welcomes to Everyone
I just wanted to add that I look forward to seeing everyone interact on the NOFAS Colorado website. We are in a very exciting time for Colorado families. I hope that everyone takes the opportunity to use the information and resources that are already available and help us establish more. I also hope that families take this opportunity to really start getting involved and being activity in a community that needs your voices.

Lynn