The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter

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We will next be meeting Wednesday, April 13th. at Sunnyside Up Cafe
(See "Meeting and Location" tab for more info.)


The room should be available by 11:00 and orders placed by 11:30 when the meeting is scheduled to begin.
Mask mandate is again in force and required to enter the restaurant but optional after you are in our meeting room.
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Regarding elections for the 2023 - 2025 term. A Nominations Committee was formed at the March meeting to fill all Officer positions with elections to be held at the May meeting. Please contact Richard Sullivan at 505-463-0205 or email Treasurer@afionm.org with your input on who you would like to serve as your Chapter officers for the next 2 years..
The current positions are held by: President: Sam Shaw, Vice-President: Temp filled by Robert (Bob) Hull, Treasurer: Richard Sullivan, Secretary: Robert (Bob) Hull

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Speaker:
April meeting presentation is an AFIO NOW Interview with Bran Denson, Author of:


Topic:
"The Spy's Son: The True Story of the Highest-Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia".
The interview runs 19 minutes. The book is available from Amazon

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