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The Afflerbach Group is fundamentally a networking public policy advocacy organization that focuses upon service to non-profit professional organizations. Simultaneously with assisting our client partners to achieve their immediate goals, we share with them the use of effective methodologies and techniques by which to achieve their future goals. 
At The Afflerbach Group we take Lao Tsu's classic proverb to heart. It is our guide. We live it.
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Retired PA State Senator Roy Afflerbach and retired public school teacher and administrator Henry "Hank" Annoni are the principals of TAG. They bring decades of  political, organizational, and educational advocacy experience to their client partners. Click on their photos for more individual information.
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At the Table for Our Partners...
Thursday, April 10: State College PA
     PASC Board Meeting
Monday - Tuesday, April 7-8: WDC
     NADSA Capitol Hill Days
Friday, April 4: WDC
     LCAO Sub-Workgroup Finance Committee
Wednesday, April 2: WDC
     LCAO Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, March 25: WDC
     LCAO Health Committee
Thursday, March 20: Doylestown, PA
     HSUS Public Policy Advocacy Training
Friday, March 7: Washington, DC
     Whitehouse Conference Call re Veterans Health Care
The Rest of the Story...
(News that doesn't make the front page)
"If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."
Lao Tsu
4th Century BCE
Buck Fever: Captive Hunting Industry Threatens Wildlife, Taxpayers
An 18-month investigation by The Indianapolis Star, led by reporter and lifelong hunter Ryan Sabalow, has pulled back the curtain on the captive hunting industry in the United States....
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Pa. teen says type face change could save federal government millions
A suburban Pittsburgh teenager has published a study suggesting the federal government could save millions of dollars a year in printing costs....