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09 Jun 2015 5:30 PM • CROWNE PLAZA - DOWNTOWN ORLANDO - 304 W COLONIAL DR., ORLANDO, FL

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ABOUT THE GREATER ORLANDO CHAPTER 73:

Get Ready to Vote for the 2015-2016 National Officers

Plan on exercising your right to vote by participating in NAWIC’s one-member, one-vote election! Members classified as “Active,” “Corporate” and “Member-at-Large” are eligible to vote. Each voting member will receive voting information by e-mail in May. Eligible voting members without an e-mail address will be mailed a ballot. Ballots will be sent no later than May 22.

Please make sure your contact information in the NAWIC Database is accurate. Ballots returned to the NAWIC Office will not be forwarded. To update your information, visit www.nawic.org > Member Log In > Member Center > Update Your Info.

Below is the official slate of candidates running for 
NAWIC Office for the 2015-2016 year.


President-Elect
Connie Leipard, CIT

Vice President
Amy Berg, CBT, CIT
Stephanie Crane, CIT
Dove Sifers-Putman, CBT

Secretary
Diane Mike, CBT

Treasurer
Jennifer Swinney, CBT, CDS, CIT


Click here to find out more about the candidates.



 


 

Thanks to all who were able to come out to the Chapter 73 Mix & Mingle and start the party early.  Megan and I truly enjoyed meeting all the lovely ladies from Region 3.

 

 

As first-timers, we couldn't have had a better experience than to meet our Chapter's very own Riki Lovejoy.  Such an amazing women.

  

(Left to Right: Vanessa Pierce, Riki Lovejoy and Megan Picataggio)       We are both looking forward to Forum next year and hope to see all of you there!

 

 

The Greater Orlando Chapter was chartered in 1962 as the Orlando/Winter Park Chapter.  This Chapter has grown to include members from Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola and Brevard Counties.  Our Chapter is a supporting member of ABC, ACT and active partners with organizations such as Girl Scouts, Women in Architecture and Habitat for Humanity.

 

As a Chapter we continually support a variety of community service programs and hold regular educational programs for students K-12 to educate our future generations about the construction industry. 

 

Please join us for our membership meeting held the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 at the Crowne Plaza Downtown Orlando, 304 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL.  A reservation is required the Thursday before the meeting in order to provide an accurate headcount for the caterer.  Cost is $28.50 when paying online with PayPal, $27 pre-registered guest at the door  and $30 for those who did not register with payment at the door.  via check, cash or credit card. 

 NAWIC Education Foundation is the education arm of NAWIC.  Their programs are designed to educate our current and future generations of construction industry workers.  Women can earn certifications in Construction Industry Technology (CIT); Construction Document Specialist (CDS); and/or Construction Bookkeeping Technololgy (CBT).  Additionally, programs are offered to introduce our next generation of workers to the construction industry.  Please read more about this program on our EDUCATION page.

 

 

 

Thanks to all whom attended our 2nd Annual Day at the Derby Fundraising Event.  We had a great time and hope you all did as well.  Big thanks to Christina Stone, Jamie Abernethy and the entire committee for putting this amazing event together ....  Very special thank you to all our event sponsors: Averett Warmus Durkee; CEP&C; Crane Rentals Corp.; Cornerstone Construction Services, Inc.; Bright Future Electric, LLC; Hoar Construction, LLC; Jack Jennings and Sons; AAgaard Juergensen; Keesee and Associates; MiGre Engineers, LLC; MLC Theming; Modern Plumbing Industries, Inc.; Randall Mechanical; Plummer Painting & Waterproofing; Winter Park Construction; and Pat Walker.  We hope to see you all there again next year!

 

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JANUARY 31, 2015,  NEF BLOCK KIDS BUILDING BLOCK COMPETITION - IMAGINATIONS RAN WILD!  102 children participated in our annual NEF Block Kids Building Block Competition at Cypress Springs Elementary. Children from grades K-6 joined Connie Struction and Bill Ditt in creating construction related projects with 100 interlocking blocks, a piece of string, a rock and foil.  This event had students from 28 different elementary schools attending.  A big thanks to all our sponsors, judges and volunteers who helped with this event!        

 

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