As I recently told a new member, there is something special about the ACR that I have found lacking in other groups.
Explore this issueJanuary 2007
I have been a member since 1987, and the nice part of having a 20-year history is that one can look back and review the road traveled and the quality of the trip. As Mark Twain noted, “Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”
Over the past two decades, it has been my privilege to work on many ACR committees, serve as the ARHP president, and contribute to the ACR Research and Education Foundation. Drawing from my travels through the ACR structure, I would like to share some of our most interesting trips, talk about the benefits of having the ARHP in the car, and look at what’s down the road.