The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter
Revision Date 11/8/2022
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The November Newsletter is posted under the Members Only section.
Our next meeting is on Wednesday, November 9th. at Sunnyside Up Cafe
(See "Meeting and Location" tab for more info.)
The room should be available by 1100 and orders placed by 1130 when the meeting is scheduled to begin.
Masks are optional in the restaurant, depending on current guidlines, and optional after you are in our meeting room.
Welcome to all and looking forward to seeing you there.
Bob Hull will be showing a 40-minute film "The Cuban Missile Crisis +60: An Intelligence Perspective." with discussion to follow.
"The Cuban Missile Crisis +60: An Intelligence Perspective." Symposium on Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis, which was produced by Guggenheim Productions, Inc. for the Central Intelligence Agency. It consists of excerpts from the CIA's First Intelligence History Symposium. (More info under the Meeting and Location page)
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or call Sam Shaw - Phone: 505-379-3963.
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