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CM Review 7 and 8

Chapter #: 01005
Chapter Name: RSES Boston Chapter
Reported By: John Ross
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City: Grafton
State/Province: MA
Number In Attendance: 5
Meeting Date: 5/5/2015
Meeting Type: Business
Educational Program Subject: CM Review 7 and 8
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Minutes:

 

CHAPTER MEETING MINUTES

 

CHAPTER No.01005: Boston Ma

 

MEETING DATE: 05/05/2015

 

REPORTED BY: John Ross

 

LOCATION: The Chateau, Waltham

 

 

PRESENT: John Ross, Randy Leblanc, Jerry Nocera, James Morrill, CMS, Ed Giacchino

 

BUSINESS MEETING: Called at 5:00   Jerry Nocera gave treasures report, Ed spoke about Brooks EPA testing John Ross spoke about how he was going to contact RSES and get support of marketing.

 

 

GUEST SPEAKER: James Morrill, CMS

 

TOPIC: CM Review Chapters 7 and 8

 

ATTENDANCE: 1 members all officers

 

MEETING ADJOURNED: 8:00 pm Respectfully submitted by: John Ross
 
 
 
 
 
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