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Space Coast Chapter

Brevard County – Chapter President: Eva Adcock – (866) 930-3772
www.FSPASpaceCoast.com / FSPASpaceCoast@FloridaPoolPro.com

Wednesday, June 14 the Board of Directors for the Space Coast Chapter met at Carl Moody’s office at Solar Energy Systems.  At this meeting Matt Larson, Gorman Company, and Marianne Humphrey, SCP, joined us.  It was a productive meeting and we are grateful to have them assist us with activities, recruiting members and new ideas.

We are very proud of our distributors who generously give their time and money to our organization, not only at the Chapter level, but at the state level too.

We are very excited about the future of our small Chapter.  Please remember that we are having a general Chapter meeting September 21 at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 3030 Lake Washington Road, Melbourne.  This meeting will be free and is sponsored by Dave Griffiths, Insurance By Ken Brown.  We thank Dave Griffiths in advance for his generous support.

Plan on having lunch with us at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in Melbourne!

 

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