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Importance of becoming a registered technican

Chapter #: 10210
Chapter Name: Refrigeration Association of San Antonio
Reported By: Ronnie Lindig
Officer Title: Secretary
Defined Title:
City: San Antonio
State/Province: TX
Number In Attendance: 38
Meeting Date: 2/20/2014
Meeting Type: Both
Educational Program Subject: Importance of becoming a registered technican
Speaker Name: Robert Nino
Company: Texas Department of Licensing
Minutes: The meeting began with President John Garcez, who presided and called the meeting to order. Roll call of officers. A motion was made by Gary Edmund CMS and Seconded by Adolfo Saucedo to accept Jorge Guerra as an active member. Robert Nino talked about the importance of becoming a registered member and applauded Southern Careet Institute for taking the initative to register incoming students. Robert then explained the process for becoming a state licensed contactor. President John Garcez presented Robert Nino with his Certificate of Appreciation. This concluded the meeting.
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