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Chapter #: 10209
Chapter Name: Permian Basin
Reported By: Maurice Young
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City: Midland
State/Province: TX
Number In Attendance: 5
Meeting Date: 2/12/2013
Meeting Type: Business
Educational Program Subject: delegates
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Minutes: President Jaime Price CM called the meeting to order at 11:40 AM. All current chapter officers except Sgt at arms were present. Maurice Young CMS gave a treasurer's report. The group continued discussing the upcoming educational conference in Waco. The group chose Jaroy Roberts CM and Wayne Young CMS as delegates for the conference. The group decided to pay for room, board, and travel for one delegate. The group also discussed the continuing education requirements in order to maintain a CM or CMS and the best way to meet the requirements. Jaroy Roberts CM indicated that he was interested in the section in the electrical study course but that he would order it through the college. The meeting adjourned at 1:15 pm.
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