January 2018 Newsletter

January 08, 2018 3:42 PM | Anonymous

Please find the January 2018 Newsletter attached.

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, a joyous New Years, and all in all a safe holiday season. I would like to begin with a thank you to Michael Collins, from Eagle Bay Refrigeration, for providing an excellent program for last month.

If you have not made your contribution to Research Promotion, please contact Tim Anderson. If you are thinking of joining or in need of paying your dues, please contact Derek Birdsall at your earliest convenience.

We are continuing to look and accept donations of equipment, also, if you know of anyone who would like to have an intern please contact Rick D’Ambrosia.

The Central New York Chapter is in the process of soliciting donations the membership for material and time to assist with the sustainability project with the nonprofit Oswego County Opportunities. Please contact Charlie Bertuch or myself if you or your company is willing to donate. I hope to see you at this month’s meeting on January 10 at the Dinosaur BBQ.

Lastly, I am pleased to announce that our chapter has been awarded $2,312.50 under the Society Chapter Opportunity Fund. This will be used for another sustainability project that will be assisting refugee housing in the City of Syracuse. If you want to provide any assistance, please contact Charlie Bertuch or myself.


Steven Sill 

CNY ASHRAE Chapter President

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