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June Newsletter

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Coffee or Walk on the Rotary Trail? Hi AIA Family, Do you have any idea how excited I am that we are back to face-to-face meetings?!?!?! I am doing my happy dance! Most of you know I love people and get my energy from being with people. And my favorite people are creatives, you give […]

March Newsletter

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Our Chapter Sponsors are the best of the best. Their continued support is crucial in everything we do; grateful is an understatement! We encourage our members to consider Sponsors first if they are in need of products or services. See right sidebar for a full list of 2021 Chapter Sponsors. 2020 SPONSORS: We want you […]

2020 Year End Newsletter

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Happy December, The year has come and gone, and I still have not seen you. I miss all of you and look forward to seeing you in 2021. We still managed to have a great year and hosted interesting programs.  We learned about the lack of affordable housing and how many people are suffering from […]

June 2020

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Words of Encouragement from our President: Even though we are part of a community, (architects, religious, neighborhood, etc.) we need to rely upon ourselves as individuals to make our society good. I am grateful to be a part of a profession that feels deeply and is not afraid of expressing it. We can’t legislate morality […]

2020 April Newsletter

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Words of Encouragement from our President: “Most of us are in a bit of a shock I think. I enjoyed a sermon this weekend:  it mostly said this too shall pass…and we need to not give up.  Easy to say, hard to do. ‘Look forward, don’t give up.’ I so look forward to resuming our […]

2020 January Newsletter

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A Message from our 2020 President:   Dear Colleagues and Friends, First, I want to thank you for trusting me to be your president.  I am among many talented and committed colleagues, so it is an honor. I recognize that each of you makes a huge difference in our chapter. I went to Grassroots last […]