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What are some of the skills needed to produce a Family Readiness Group (FRG) newsletter?  
Chapter 6 of the Army Family Readiness Group Leader’s Handbook (Running an Effective FRG – Communications) covers a lot of the basic information you need to generate a newsletter for your FRG. An FRG newsletter does not have to be very elaborate – it could be a small, very simple publication that contains basic information about FRG events and activities. Ideally, however, it is useful for the newsletter chairperson to have some basic writing skills such as: how to research material; use a Word Processing or Publishing software program on the computer: how to format the material to make the newsletter visually appealing; and how to reproduce and distribute the newsletter. It is also important for the individual to be organized and dependable in order to meet deadlines for the newsletter.
Keywords: Delivering information, Leadership, Communications, FRG newletters

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