The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter
Revision Date 2/07/2021
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The February 10th. meeting will be a virtual using WebEx from 12 noon to 12:50, due to the current Public Health Order concerning Covid-19.
I will be sending out the meeting invite to those listed on our Members Meeting list.
For those who are able to attend this meeting, we will see how this goes and thoughts on moving forward with this format until we can again physically meet together.
A reminder that we still need nominations and have an election for the 2020 - 2022 term of Chapter officers but the voting can wait until we are meeting in strength again, which may not be until
later next year. The current officers will continue in their capacity until such a time as this, but are looking forward to those elections.
Hope you will soon receive your Covid vaccine. Remember to stay safe out there.
Speaker: Group Discussion
Topic: WebEx meeting impressions and suggestions.
I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. Looking forwarded to this virus crisis being over so we can all meet again with no concerns.
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