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R410

Chapter #: 01001
Chapter Name: Central Connecticut
Reported By: Nathalie Inho
Officer Title:
Defined Title:
City: Hartford
State/Province: CT
Number In Attendance: 19
Meeting Date: 11/8/2004
Meeting Type: Both
Educational Program Subject: R410
Speaker Name: Ted Gartland
Company: Allied Chemicals
Minutes: Officers In attendance: - Joe Leggo CM, Dave Pudlo, Ken Leggo Business Meeting Called to Order at 7:45 PM Treasurers Report: - Report accepted as read. Past Minutes: - Unavailable. CFC: -A list is started for the next session up to 9 so far, just need a few more to hold course. No date set. - There will be one session held for a corporation with over 10 people participating. Seminar: - Jim is going to find out if seminar counts for 1 ½ or 2 C.E.U. New Business: -December meeting will be at Angelinos on the Silas Dean Hwy in Wethersfield. This will be our annual party and no speaker will be present. There will be raffles and door prizes as in the past. - Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. All are encouraged to bring a guest. The meeting was adjourned 8:30 PM
 
 
 
 
 
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