The Mid-Atlantic Region and the BMLT
How to check to see if your Area’s meeting information is up to date in the BMLT:
Go to our tab on the menu called “Our Areas and Meetings”, then under that drop down select the “BMLT Meeting Search”. At the top of the resulting meeting list, click on “Areas\/”, then select the name of your Area (this list only has the Mid-Atlantic’s Areas). As soon as you click on your Area, you will have a list of all your meetings. Is that information up to date for your area? BMLT allows you to include your Areas virtual meetings (and meeting ID or link), face to face meetings (aka In-Person), select PPE if a mask is required (Personal Protective Equipment), enter Hybrid Meetings, Temporarily Closed facilities among other choices.
All the information for our region is stored on a server called metrorichna. Every Area should have a volunteer to be the BMLT update person. If your area needs help on this, your regional website committee can help. Go to the “Contact Us” selection on the menu and send an email to our Regional Web Chair or just click here to launch you email email@example.com. Make sure to include your name, what area you are involved in, and we will get back to you.
Finally, if your Areas information is not updated on the marscna.org website, it probably won’t be updated on the NAWS website na.org. The final step after you make updates for your area on the metrorichna server, is to download an Excel type spreadsheet and email it to a representative (paid employee) at NAWS (this final step is usually completed by the server admin. or web chair). They will enter that information, and then your Area will be up to date on na.org.
Want to learn more about the BMLT like how to make a resident BMLT list on your AREA website, or do your printed list using the BMLT? Go here…