The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter
Revision Date 4/08/2018
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Election of Chapter Officers during April's meeting
Our next meeting is Wed. April 11, 2018.
Due to the small attendance at the March meeting, the submission of candidates names will still be accepted from the floor at this meeting for the Election of Chapter Officers. The election committee will then present a slate of candidates to vote on.
Tom Dyble's term as chapter president is also up and he will be stepping down from that position.
April's Speaker - Robert (Bob) Hull on "Poisons: Unconventional Weapons of Assassins"
See you at "The Egg & I" restaurant on Menaul.
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