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 10/16/17

 

Meetings are at Christian Brothers University, Central Ave. and East Parkway starting at 11:30 AM in the Sabbatini Lounge of the Thomas Center. Most likely available parking is in the east lot on Central. It will involve some exercise. The cafeteria opens at 11 AM. It is best to arrive and go through the line before classes dismiss at 11:50.

 

Director Mark Baskin is the October program chairman. He has broad experience in the private sector (consulting engineering, construction, non-profit organizations, etc.) Mark has spent the majority of his professional career at Memphis Light Gas and Water Division (MLGW) with over 33 years there.

 


Mark Baskin Much Appreciated Sponsor Duckmaster Sam Kahel

 

October 16, 2017:  Jimmy Ogle, Peabody Duckmaster and Shelby County Historian "Historic Memphis to Modern Memphis".  

 

October 16, 2917: CBU will be on fall break. The cafeteria will be closed. The snack bar on the first floor will be open. It should not be crowded for the Club to get lunch there.

 

October 23, 2017:  Ms. Becky Williams, MLGW, "Solar Generation Update". PDH

 

After his 10/2 presentation on Smart Meters, Sam Kahel was welcomed into the Club. He is an EE graduate of Tennessee State University and is licensed in Tennessee. He has worked for MLGW since graduation. His job is to get data from source to use.

 

Bob Tvedt's offer of a ride to CBU from Tobey Park will be on hold for a few weeks while he travels. When he is back in town, the offer will be repeated.

 

 

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