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POB 770002, Memphis, TN 38177-0002

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May 2017 "Mixer Light"

Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held at the University of Memphis Holiday Inn, 3700 Central Ave.

We gather at 11:30. Programs start at approximately 12:10.

 

Director Kevin Eason is the June Program Chairman. Kevin re-joined the Club in 2014. He is in his second year as a Director.

 

May 29, 2017: Memorial Day Holiday. There will be no meeting. Enjoy and be safe! Rick Sweigard dodged a five Monday month bullet. Thank you for your interesting and diverse programs.


June 5, 2017:   Club Member Robert Scoff, PE, "NEPA 70E Electrical Safety in The Workplace" PDH

June 12, 2017:   Luke Hall, PG, Tioga Environmental Consultants, "Arkansas Industrial Brownfield Site". PDH

June 19, 2017:  Club Member Tom Needham, PE, Shelby County DPW, "Shelby County HUD Resiliency Improvement".  PDH

June 26, 2017: Keith Cole, Wolf River Conservancy, "Wolf River Greenway Project". PDH

June 27, 2017: Board Meeting Board Meeting at 5:30 PM. It will be at the new Black and Veatch office with the location to be announced.

 

Rick Sweigard Much Appreciated Sponsor Bob Scoff Wade Towles

 

At 5/16/17 Board meeting, Wade Towles was posthumeouly made a Life Member. A memorial donation has been made by the Life Member Fund to Missisissippi State University Bagley College of Engineering.

 

The membership applications of John Modzelewski and Clayton Stokes were approved at that meeting. They will be featured when they are welcomed into the Club.

 

Treasurer Rob reports that the Club has hit 100 members who have paid 2017 dues. The second reminder invoice has been emailed. The twenty so remaining represent $1,500 of revenue. That is just a little short Christmas luncheon budgeted amount.

 

The Club has a new and only Student Member. Justin Lawrence was welcomed on 5/22/17. Justin anticipates graduating in December with a BSCE degree. He is currently an intern with Shelby County Engineering. Justin has taken the first step toward registration by passing the Fundamental of Engineering exam and is now a registered Engineering Intern in Tennessee. We hope your status will change very quickly. Weclome!

 

Marques Young, guest of President Solomon, and Steven Hoang visited on 5/22/17. Steven went to the Club website and decided to check us out. They and the other attendees learned that East High School will evolve over the next three years into a magnet school emphasizing aTransportation related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program. The transportation industry needs many skilled workers, and the supply is short.