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Blueprint reading

Chapter #: 02019
Chapter Name: Niagara Frontier
Reported By: Richard Stiegman
Officer Title: secretary
Defined Title:
City: Buffalo
State/Province: NY
Number In Attendance: 18
Meeting Date: 3/12/2020
Meeting Type: Education
Educational Program Subject: Blueprint reading
Speaker Name: Jim Wacker
Company: na
Minutes: Regular Meeting Minutes, Niagara Frontier Chapter #02019, Buffalo NY 3/12/20 Educational Meeting was called to order at 6:00PM at Buffalo Pizza and Ale House. All officers were present Except: Roy Keyes – AWR, Alex Pacific – AWR, Phil Miller – ABS, Phil Miller – ABS, Attendance – 18 Pot O’ Gold Winner – Rick Stiegman CM EDUCATIONAL SPEAKER – Jim Wacker on Blue print reading. REPORTS: SAFETY – Skip gave us a detailed review on the importance of checking for carbon monoxide during service calls. CORRESPONDENCE – NR. CONST. & BYLAWS – NR PUBLIC RELATIONS – NR BUDGET & FINANCE – NR EKA – NR GOOD & WELFARE – NR CM EXAM – NR STUDY COURSE – NR CFC – NR SPEAKER CHAIRMAN – Pam Wilde introduced Jim Wacker for tonight’s program on blue print reading for technicians. UNFINISHED BUSINESS – NR NEW BUSINESS – RE GOOD of CHAPTER – NR MINUTES READ – Read at 8:15pm, motion to accept 2nd and passed. ADJOURNED – 8:15pm, motion to adjourn, 2nd and passed. Respectfully Submitted, Rick Stiegman CM Rick Stiegman CM
 
 
 
 
 
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